“It’s time for Portland to catch up.”
It’s the first major endorsement in the general election race for City Council.
The Occupy ICE camp has also called on the landlord to break his lease with ICE.
It’s the second time this week that threats of leftist disruption emerged as polite dissent.
Portland Socialists’ demands include ceasing cooperation with ICE, while Patriot Prayer wants to “take a stand against police inaction in Portland Oregon.”
Michael Cox, Wheeler’s current director of communications, will take over the position July 7.
City Council today voted to rename a section of Stark in honor of the San Franciscan gay rights icon.
The lead for Jo Ann Hardesty keeps increasing.
It was a remarkable analogy in City Council chambers as debate intensifies over neighborhood density.
In the race to replace City Commissioner Dan Saltzman, the preliminary results of the primary election are in.