In other news: Lights out at Mahonia Hall.
A week and a half ago, Craig Mitchelldyer became a statistic: He was one of the almost 200,000 Oregonians across the state to lose power.
Parks and Recreation spokesman Mark Ross says staff have prioritized removing downed trees near public roadways. Next step? Going into the parks.
“No, normal people can’t drive in Portland snow because we are trying to get around the stupid Portlanders who put their chains on the back tires of HONDA FREAKING FRONT-WHEEL-DRIVE ACCORDS!!!!”
And what do the people who live and work in the city think will become of our downtown?
Some 330,000 Oregonians awoke Monday morning without electric power, the largest outage in state history and one that has killed at least four people.