Gimme Shelter

Adams’ play to restore TriMet’s YouthPass for city students leaves the region’s leaders steaming.


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Mayor Sam Adams doesn’t usually attend Metro’s Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation—the board of elected officials...   More
 
Wednesday, July 11, 2012 AARON MESH

Washington County Asks TriMet to Limit YouthPass Fallout to Portland

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Washington County board chairman Andy Duyck has asked TriMet to restrict any service cuts to Multnomah County if the transit agency restores the YouthPass program, WW has learned.Duyck called TriMet general manager Neil MacFarlane on June 27—the day after Portland Mayor Sam Adams threatened a $2 million hike on bus-shelter fees if TriMet didn't put the YouthPass back in its budget. The city has postponed ...   More
 
Thursday, July 5, 2012 by Aaron Mesh

Election Hangover Report


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We're just staggering back to life here at WW after a post-election soiree at nearby Joe's Cellar that lasted into the wee hours. But I'd hate to deprive anybody about the insightful analysis we shared over a few pitchers, so here are some highlights as we pored over the local and state numbers: 1) There was general surprise that Washington County Commissioner Andy Duyck won the county chairman's ...   More
 
Wednesday, May 19, 2010 HANK STERN

Remember That Polling That Showed Washington County Getting Bluer?


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Last year, Metro released some polling that suggested Washington County voters had moved to the left and come to resemble their Multnomah County brethren in their attitudes toward land use and quality of life. "Importantly, over the past decade Washington County voters, whose views were once more uniform with those living in Clackamas County, have identified closer to or in many cases almost ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 7, 2010 NIGEL JAQUISS

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