A Woodstock hair stylist is leading the fight for Portlanders to vote on the street fee.
Since May, Ann Sanderson has been battling the Portland street fee. She also helped design it.
Sanderson, 50, owns
Odango Hair Studio in the Woodstock neighborhood. When she spoke out
The city says Saki Tzantarmas is holding his East Portland neighborhood hostage.
Saki Tzantarmas turns on the lights in the kingdom he built, leans against a table, and starts to cry.
fluorescent beams illuminate an expansive banquet hall he’s named the
UPDATE: Now called the "Portland Street Fund," it's deductible from federal income taxes.
UPDATE, 11: 30 am: Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick this morning debuted a $46 million annual "Portland street fund" proposal anchored by an income tax, heavily weighted toward making rich people pay for street paving.Perhaps the most interesting new revelation about the city's proposal: The fee is deductible from state and federal income taxes.
"No one ...
ORIGINAL POST, 8:47 pm Tuesday, Nov. 4: Oregon voters have crushed a measure that would have given driver's cards to residents who can't prove they're in the U.S. legally. Voters turned down Measure 88 by 67 percent to 33 percent. The measure was passed by the 2013 Legislature, but anti-immigration activists collected enough signatures to put the question to a vote.
It was Mayor Vera Katz vs. the Willamette River. That night, Katz won.
In February 1996, a
sudden blast of warm air and heavy rains melted the Cascade Mountains
snowpack and set loose flooding a
Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen have gone on some
memorable dates. They’ve investigated the life history of a free-range
chicken they were about to consume, fled zombie hordes of moonlighting