VIDEO: Here's What It's Like Inside Right 2 Dream Too


Homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too has returned to the headlines this week with revelations City Commissioner Amanda Fritz is trying to broker a deal to move the camp beneath the Broadway Bridge. Talks between the city, the camp and property owner Michael Wright have grown rocky, and the Pearl District Neighborhood Association has sent an appalled letter asking Fritz to scrap the plan. The Portland Mercury ...   More
Thursday, August 29, 2013 SARA SNEATH

Pearl District Neighborhood Association Doesn't Want Homeless Camp Under Broadway Bridge


The Pearl District Neighborhood Association has sent a letter to City Commissioner Amanda Fritz, objecting to her plan to relocate homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too under the Broadway Bridge. WW reported Tuesday that the camp's lawyer, Mark Kramer, said the city told him last night that a deal to move the camp had crumbled. The agreement would move Right 2 Dream Too from Old Town/Chinatown to underneath ...   More
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 AARON MESH

Murmurs: Forget it, Fritz—it’s Chinatown.

The long-running battle whether Portland Mayor Charlie Hales was a legally registered Oregon voter when he filed for office in 2011 took an odd turn this week. On Aug. 26, a Marion County judge dismis   More
Wednesday, August 28, 2013 WW Editorial Staff

Homeless Camp Right 2 Dream Too Removes Anti-Saltzman Sign


Here's one immediate effect of new city bureau assignments: Chinatown homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too has called off its very public feud with Commissioner Dan Saltzman. Mayor Charlie Hales announced on Monday that Amanda Fritz will be taking over Bureau of Development Services from Saltzman. A sign at the homeless camp at Northwest 4th Avenue and Burnside Street reading "COMMISSIONER DAN SALTZMAN ...   More
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 ANN-DERRICK GAILLOT

Developers Pull Out of Grove Hotel Deal

City has already spent $3.7 million on the Chinatown building


The Grove Hotel, a project that Portland Development Commission officials pitched as pivotal to redeveloping Old Town-Chinatown, is on life support after the private developers refused to secure collateral for $900,000 in public loans.David Gold, the lead partner in the plan to turn the Grove from a crumbling halfway house into a trendy, Asian-themed youth hostel, told the PDC in January that none ...   More
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 AARON MESH


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