“I don’t think anyone is thrilled about it.”
A year ago at this time, the pipeline was transporting nearly 105,000 barrels of oil per day.
Instead of talking about how Portland is on the upswing, we’d be talking about a second straight decade of population decline.
City officials have bought tenants affected by a mass eviction in the Parkside neighborhood more time to find new housing. But with a well-publicized housing shortage continuing to nag Portland, the clock is ticking for those same city officials to come up with a plan to avoid future crises like this one. In a news conference at […]
The announcement comes very early in the campaign season.
“It’s about [asking], ‘What are we doing to maximize the potential of people who are arriving on our shores?’”
We’ll know a year from now whether the new approach is as effective in terms of getting results.
Portland’s flag is one of those guilty of being what flag experts deride as an “SOB,” a “Seal On a Bedsheet.”
Just 18 months after a hotly contested referendum about the space’s future, former opponents are trying to work together for the park’s revival.
Strimling stayed fairly broad in his inaugural address, but he did offer hints for what to expect in his next four years.