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City Council Statement: ‘A Roadmap for the Next Two Years’

Resolution authorizes Chief Administrative Officer Michael Jordan to implement Measure 26-228, provides insight on how Commissioners-in-Charge will lead organizational change to prepare for City Administrator management, establishes 90-day action plans that address Portland’s most urgent need.

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City Council formally appoints 13 Portland residents to serve on the Independent District Commission

The Independent District Commission will lead the effort to establish four new geographic districts for Portland’s next city council. The commission is set to begin meeting in February and will engage Portlanders on their route to adopting a districting plan by Sept. 1, 2023.

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City Council to appoint 13-member Independent District Commission Jan. 25, group will begin establishing Portland city council districts soon

The Independent District Commission will be comprised of 13 Portlanders, leading the charge to establish four new geographic districts for Portland’s next city council. Commissioners and alternates will be appointed Jan. 25.

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Mayor Wheeler appoints new City Budget Office director

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City Council Unanimously Approves Permanent Commission Caps for Third Party Food Platforms

Ordinance will help ease economic hardships for Portland restaurants and food carts by prohibiting the charging of extra fees that restaurants have not voluntarily agreed to pay.

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City Council Approves Mayor Wheeler’s $27M ‘Down Payment’ to Help Build Six Designated Camping Sites

Mayor’s affordable housing and homelessness plan gains momentum as ongoing community outreach and fundraising efforts continue

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City Council statement on Portland charter reform

Mayor Ted Wheeler and City Commissioners Jo Ann Hardesty, Mingus Mapps, Carmen Rubio and Dan Ryan issued a joint statement about the passage of Ballot Measure 26-228, which changes Portland's election system and form of government.

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