In other news: Greg Smith polices the press.
The 103-year-old civic organization will stop holding its Friday forums at the Sentinel Hotel downtown.
As Portland leaders consider the landscape of transportation for the decades ahead, one thing that won’t be getting the city’s attention is restoration of Zoo train.
A new report calling for governmental reforms is already dividing the City Council.
In board elections, the City Club of Portland membership rejects the premise that the club has become a liberal echo-chamber.
Portland City Club is embroiled in a battle over whether a push for diversity has eroded the club’s standards.
The City Club of Portland spiked its own research report on addictions. The panel released it anyway.
Normally, Oregon Public Broadcasting records City Club’s Friday forums and then airs them on Friday evening. But last week, OPB refused to do that.
“I only know what I read on the City Club’s website about the event’s purpose,” says Josh Marquis. “Different views of Measure 11? Not really.”
In other news: A healthcare nonprofit is funding the fight against Measure 97.