November 17th, 2009 | by BETH SLOVIC News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, City Hall

Updated: City Council To Consider "Fall Bump"

City Hall

Portland City Council will be talking about the "fall bump" -- budget monitoring process -- at its meeting tomorrow morning.

Here's the one-sentence summary of what to expect: Revenue has not kept up exactly with financial expectations (to the tune of about $1.5 million), so bureaus that depend on general fund dollars are taking small hits. The list of cuts is below. And the whole document is posted here [PDF].

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At 10:30 am, council will also consider changing the zoning code to allow additional office space at PGE Park. This proposed change is designed to accommodate renovations to support Major League Soccer in 2011.

Updated at 12:30 pm: Adams once again pulled the zoning code discussion from the agenda. It's set over until Dec. 2.

Photo of City Council last week
 
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