Now I know what you’re thinking: “A 20-minute long discussion about tax law, economics, recycling plants, and carbon emissions? I bet that’s a tough listen.” Au contraire.
If the Owens-Brockway glass plant closes, all of Oregon’s bottles would have to be shipped out of state—a prodigious use of diesel fuel—or thrown in landfills.
It’s the last steel sheet mill west of the Rockies.
Earlier this month, the City Auditor’s Office issued a warning to the organizers of the write-in campaign, saying it was breaking Portland campaign finance regulations.
WW’s November 2020 endorsements.
Sweeps were halted in March to follow guidance by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The director of Portland’s Office of Equity and Human Rights explains her guiding philosophy.