Which Portland bridges are capable of surviving the Big Quake?
After the big one hits and we Mad-Max our way out of
the rubble, which bridges will be available for pedestrian, biking and
automobile use? I am preparing a post-disaster beer-run map as part of
Portland City Commissioner Steve Novick is serious about the great Cascadia subduction zone earthquake that's supposed to happen any old minute now.Like, so serious that he's having his house bolted down while he's on vacation.Novick sent this message to media Wednesday: "This falls into the category of 'I feel awkward talking about something I’m doing personally as a news item but I also feel I ...
It didn't take Steve Novick long to lay out his City Council agenda. It took six minutes, in fact. On Dec. 31, the day before Novick was sworn in as a Portland City Commissioner, he launched a blog on the city's website. The first five posts—published between 3:12 pm and 3:18 pm—lay out a series of ambitious policy initiatives.They're not new concepts. Novick, a former environmental lawyer, began ...