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Proposals and applications now open for Charter Review community engagement!
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Charter Commission update
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Angela Jones works in advertising, lives in East Portland and owns The Big Legrowlski, a bar and music venue. She joins the 20-member Charter Commission to evaluate how local government works.
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Working with community based organizations, the Charter Commission will engage with a diverse cross-section of Portlanders to hear how local government can work for them.
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Alison Brown of JLA Public Involvement will guide the work of the 20-member commission, charged with reviewing Portland's founding documents and recommending changes.
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Charter Commission project manager encourages firms, teams and individuals interested in working with the next Charter Commission to apply to this unique opportunity by Jan. 5.
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"Positive change never emerges from comfort with the status quo," said Charter Commissioner Melanie Billings-Yun. "This is an opportunity to make Portland a city that truly works."
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Charter Commission will evaluate Portland’s founding document, recommend changes to the way the City works.