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Meeting is the latest in a series of ongoing conversations to draft a road map for ensuring full recovery and resiliency for Downtown businesses
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Portland City Council approved two landmark housing relief measures that allow more housing, more types of housing, and more affordable housing throughout Portland’s neighborhoods. Today’s housing relief measures build upon a broader suite of housing and houselessness policies and investments.
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Proposed levy would raise approximately $48 million per year if approved
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Assistance prioritized for BIPOC communities will help thousands of households, but without more help from Congress, thousands of others will be left out and vulnerable to eviction.
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Community involvement shaped proposal to support housing, public health, homelessness, small businesses, arts and culture.
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Jamal Fox to become new Camas City Administrator
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Co-sponsored by Mayor Wheeler, Commissioner Eudaly, Commissioner Hardesty, and Commissioner Fritz, the Resolution strengthens the City’s climate action approach to focus on climate justice and equity for the benefit of all Portlanders.
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Racial justice = climate justice: Declaration focuses on communities most affected by climate change, including Portland’s Black, Indigenous and communities of color.
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Transportation measure will allow governments to invest in improved safety, reliability, and transportation options in the region