Both the county and city say they’re discussing contractors and operators for the site this week.
This storm is a striking example of how well the Big Pipe project has worked.
Six years after Portland declared a housing emergency, the building remains vacant.
Mapps calls the city’s marriage of emergency and non-emergency calls decades ago a “fundamental policy mistake.”
It’s an intimidating list of endorsements for the competition.
In May, the City Council voted down Hardesty’s citywide expansion by a 3-2 margin.
Thousands of Oregon tenants are awaiting rent relief.
Only three of the six locations are set to be announced by the end of the month.
“We must recognize the prevention efforts require time and investment to disrupt the cycle of violence,” Wheeler said.
A majority of baker’s union members across the country must vote affirmatively for the contract to approve it.
Having residents clear out a storm drain near them allows PBOT more time to focus on problem areas, like clogged drains or ponding.
Findings by a real estate advisory company and shared with its Portland clients were grim: Vacancies are rapidly declining, rent continues to rise, and development of new multifamily units is slowing.
The flimsiness of Wheeler’s original resolution and pushback from advocates telling the mayor’s office it wasn’t a robust method of supporting reproductive rights produced a rethink.
Contract negotiations resumed in January after a nearly yearlong delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Park rangers were unharmed and called 911.