New Era of Good Feelings? Adams' First City Council Meeting Without Protesters


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For the first time in several weeks there were no community members signed up at this morning's City Council session to address Mayor Sam Adams' relationship with Beau Breedlove. Instead, the first person to speak in this new Era of Good Feelings during the introductory moments of public testimony was Kristine Akins. She wanted to commend the mayor for helping her small business connect with city ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 8, 2009 BETH SLOVIC

What Toronto Learned about MLS that Portland Hasn't?


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Mayor Sam Adams is moving fast on plans to tear down Memorial Coliseum and start construction on a new minor-league baseball stadium for Merritt Paulson in the Rose Quarter. At the same time, city leaders and Paulson are trying to finalize Paulson's other plans -- to rebuild PGE Park for his new Major League Soccer team. During a two-day planning process convened by the mayor earlier this week ...   More
 
Thursday, April 9, 2009 BETH SLOVIC

Adams' Savvy Move? The Mayor's Public Meeting on the Rose Quarter


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On Tuesday, April 14, Mayor Sam Adams is hosting an "open house" with the public to discuss his quickly-developed plans to tear down Memorial Coliseum and build a minor-league baseball stadium in the Rose Quarter. With only days to go before City Council is expected to vote on the project on April 22, business owners from around the Rose Quarter already have questions for the mayor. "I am concerned ...   More
 
Friday, April 10, 2009 BETH SLOVIC

Bloggers, Architects Rally Against Memorial Coliseum Demolition


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Mayor Sam Adams and Commissioner Randy Leonard may think tearing down Portland's 49-year-old Memorial Coliseum to make room for a new minor-league baseball stadium is a done deal. But a serious opposition has begun to coalesce. Writer Brian Libby has penned a sports-centric protest on his blog, Portland Architecture. Today the American Intsitute of Architects sent City Council a letter condemning ...   More
 
Monday, April 13, 2009 BEN WATERHOUSE

From The Archives: Memorial Coliseum Isn't Always Moribund


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If you're interested in tonight's open house on tearing down the Memorial Coliseum, you know that much of the discussion about razing the coliseum to make room for a new minor-league baseball stadium has turned on how outdated the 49-year-old coliseum is. Some folks are using the coliseum's architectural history as a worthy reason to save it. And certainly the building also has plenty of sports ...   More
 
Tuesday, April 14, 2009 HANK STERN

Sam Adams: One More Answer


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Wednesday, May 6, 2009 HANK STERN

Oh the Drama! Read Amy Ruiz's Text Messages


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Last week, you will recall, Mayor Sam Adams turned some dirt in City Hall's new vegetable garden before heading inside to prepare for his press conference on the city' 2009-2010 budget. But the big news of the day wasn't the city's general fund — it was The Oregonian's story on Adams' phone calls to Beau Breedlove before Breedlove turned 18. And as Adams tried to enter City Hall that day, ...   More
 
Friday, May 8, 2009 BETH SLOVIC

Sam Adams vs. KATU: The Latest Round


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KATU has had quite the week of reporting on Mayor Sam Adams. The station was first to report on the collision set off last Sunday by the mayor when he was driving his truck in a parking lot. Then the station reported on how four prominent Portland-area Democratic senators in the state Legislature were raising questions about the effectiveness of Adams and the city among Oregon lawmakers. ...   More
 
Friday, May 8, 2009 HANK STERN

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