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Project promotes social equity, improves socio-economic opportunities for underserved and underrepresented communities
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Portland, New York and Seattle speak out against political attack
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Other agencies not subject to Mayor’s order
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This Notice is posted with Authority provided by the Mayor.
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100 beds, open 24 hours a day, will provide a safer space for community members experiencing homelessness through the cold and rainy months ahead
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Measure requires relocation costs be covered if rent is increased by any amount through March 31, 2021
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Project promotes social equity, improves socio-economic opportunities for underserved and underrepresented communities
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Applications Open for $15 Million Small Business Relief Fund
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State of Emergency remains in effect until Thursday, Sept. 24 at noon
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Model legislation prioritizes racial equity and data privacy, serves public need and builds trust for stewardship of public data.
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Model legislation prioritizes racial equity and data privacy, serves public need and builds trust for stewardship of public data
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Proposed actions would protect renters at risk of losing their housing and support renters who may need to relocate due to rent increases
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First batch of toilets coming to Northwest Portland, Old Town, downtown, Goose Hollow, inner Southeast and Northeast Portland
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Jim Middaugh, former Communications Director at Metro brings prior City Hall experience to the Mayor’s office
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Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell and District Attorney Mike Schmidt join Mayor Wheeler in an effort to end nightly violence