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TriMet: An open house from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Beaverton City Library offers the first opportunity for the public to comment on the sweeping changes TriMet proposes to make to routes, fares and services.
Despite uncertainty, Portland keeps wind industry bet – Despite the layoffs, the company has more than 20 open jobs. Vestas A/S, the Danish wind turbine-maker that keeps its US headquarters in Portland, received an $8.1 million, 15-year interest-free loan from the city two years ago
Helen Davis Johnson on Placemaking | Economics of Place – Interesting places attract interesting people. Cities that develop an increasingly large talent pool will be successful 21st century cities.
Social media comes to Town Hall, residents freak out – There’s an interesting story developing in Portland, Oregon. Multnomah County Chair Ted Wheeler is looking for a Social Media Coordinator to communicate the local government’s activities using tools like blogs, Facebook, and Twitter.
Inside the UGB
- Peterkort zoning decision stuns neighbors of Sunset Transit Center
- City should hold steady
- Multnomah County will receive $26.5M from River District urban renewal
- Port of Portland reorganizes management structure
- Metro legislation could alter the way cemetery owners can reclaim abandoned gravesites
- Hughes: Light rail funding threatened
- Columbia Sportswear’s 2001 Portland exit emerges as issue in mayoral election
Outside the UGB
- EDITORIAL: Take time on meetings law
- Eugene officials say reductions in jail space from a loss of federal funds will affect law enforcement efforts
- Should Oregon mandate background checks for emergency operations center volunteers? 2012 Oregon Legislature
- Counties Teetering On Edge Of Insolvency, Asking For Help
- $250000 for city manager search
- Lebanon council president defends city staff and progress
- Vancouver will consider an ordinance to keep bongs and pipes out of sight at convenience stores
- Senate committee proposes ‘kicker’ changes
- LTD to look at raising bus fares
- Parking for disabled is plentiful, city says
- All Politics Blog: Mayors declare love in advance of Valentine’s
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