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Mayor Wheeler Introduces Two Notable Items in City Council On Nov. 21

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Mayor Wheeler Introduces Two Notable Items in City Council This Week

Item 1194: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (Introduced w/ Commissioner Fritz)

Mayor Wheeler will proclaim November 25 as International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. To increase awareness for the day, the Morrison Bridge will be lit orange at dusk. The bridge lighting is in solidarity with worldwide lighting of public landmarks including Niagara Falls, the Eiffel Tower and the Sydney Opera House.

Item 1195: Lawsuit Against Federal Government

This item authorizes our city attorneys to join as a party in litigation challenging the federal government, which is attempting to force Oregon to cooperate with federal immigration policies, using the threat of withholding federal law enforcement grants.


MEDIA EVENT: 34th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony

WHAT: The Mayor will be speaking at the 34th annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Pioneer Square.

WHO’S INVOLVED: KGW, 101.9 KINK, Commissioner Eudaly, Stimson Lumber Company, PCS President Sue Keil, Thomas Lauderdale and members of Pink Martini, Pacific Youth Choir, Northwest Community Gospel Chorus, Cleveland High School Marching Band

WHERE: Pioneer Courthouse Square

WHEN: Friday, November 23. Program begins at 5:30 pm. Mayor speaks at 6:05.