Portland's New Place to Go. Literally.


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Portland inaugurated its second round-the-clock public bathroom this afternoon with a flush and a rush of excitement as onlookers took pictures of themselves inside the newest Portland Loo. The 12:30 pm gathering at Southwest Taylor and Naito Parkway drew less than 30 people, but included City of Portland Commissioners Randy Leonard, Amanda Fritz and Leonard staffer Stuart Oishi, who was given ...   More
 
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 Hadley Malcolm

Protesters Rally In Response to TriMet Fare Increase


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City Hall this afternoon drew dozens of protesters concerned about recent changes at TriMet. Today, of course, marked the first day of TriMet's nickel fare increase, a move that raised the cost of riding a TriMet bus across two zones to $2.05. Meantime, TriMet has continued to cut services even as it prepares to ask voters for a new $125 million bond in November. While denouncing the service ...   More
 
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 Jason Slotkin

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