Match the photo with the response. Answers below.


(A)
SUSAN LANDA, 40
Owner, The Fossil Cartel & Let It Bead,
North Portland


(B)
CRAIG CLARK, 27
Computer Administrator, New Avenues for Youth,
Vancouver, Wash.


(C)
PAUL BASSETT, 60
Owner, Avalon Antiques
and Vintage Clothing,

Southeast Portland

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(D)
JAMES HARRISON, 35
Artist/designer,
"Slabtown"

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ANSWER #1: "The city's been looking for a place to build an open market, a full-time farmers market; the Galleria would be a good place for something like that. We have three farmers markets a week during the summer, so there is a demand."

ANSWER #2: "The building itself is on the historic register, and the best thing about it is the faade. A radical idea would be to pull out the interior floors and walls, roof it with Bullseye glass and turn it into a public market or other cultural amenity."

ANSWER #3: "I think that what the Portland Development Commission was talking about--mixed-use office and retail--would be a good idea. Ideally, it would be three floors of local independent retailers. That was the original idea, but since Bill [Naito] died, things have changed."

ANSWER #4: "The city wants to acquire more property? I think that's bullshit. The city should be in the business of running the city--they're not doing that very well. They shouldn't be in the real-estate business or in retail. What are they going to do, trade two city parks to the Naitos?"

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ANSWERS: #1-B, #2-D, #3-A, #4-C