Next month, Portland’s elected auditor, Mary Hull Caballero, will ask the City Council to refer a charter amendment to voters in May 2017 that she says would give the auditor more control over the office’s budget—and help it avoid conflicts of interest.
Rents have increased more than 30 percent in the past four years while renters’ wages, adjusted for inflation, have fallen. Housing is the most important political issue in Portland.
A nationally renowned San Francisco art gallery owner has relocated to Portland amid a flurry of complaints and lawsuits from artists who say he stiffed them out of paintings and hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The problem with drones is that when you ask 100 guys what they’d do if they had one, one says, “Revolutionize search and rescue,” two say, “Take stunning aerial photographs of nature,” and 97 say, “Fly around and try to see a titty.”
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