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We see they're cranking up the Lake O. historic trolley again. The resumption of operations at this time really makes no sense, as the Sellwood Bridge project cuts off the route to Portland: When the trolley starts running again, it won't go the entire route to Portland's south waterfront, since construction of the new Sellwood Bridge has cut the ... (more) Comment?
We've documented the Portland water bureau's backroom deals with a large private engineering firm called Carollo. Comment?
What's that -- you missed the meetings on the terrifying "high crash corridors" known as Burnside Street and Sandy Boulevard in Portland? Well, don't worry. Comment?
The shameful promotion of a worthless Port of Portland shipping terminal that will pave over wildlife habitat on West Hayden Island continues next week with yet another City of Portland "planning" confab: The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability forwarded a packet of material to the Planning and Sustainability Commission for their March 26th work ... (more) Comment?
The greedy illegitimi who are slapping up large cr-apartment bunkers without parking in what used to be nice Portland neighborhoods act like they're doing everybody a favor when they agree to put storefronts along the street on the first floor. Comment?
A reader who's involved in the battle over the now-stopped outlaw apartment bunker being built in southeast Portland forwards this missive from the neighbors who have been fighting the thing: As many may attest, there is work being done at the site on 37th and Division. Comment?
We've written a few times over the years about the awful, vacant cr-apartment building at 93rd Avenue and Woodstock Boulevard in southeast Portland. Comment?
Great minds think alike, and within a couple of hours of each other, two different readers pointed us to this story : City planners are proposing to convert six miles of Barbur Boulevard that now connect Portland to Tigard in a noisy, traffic-clogged, anonymous stretch of road into a vibrant urban corridor where pedestrians and cyclists could shop ... (more) Comment?
We noted a couple of weeks ago that the City of Portland has stuck a concrete curb in the middle of Fremont Street just west of 57th Avenue. Comment?
We were complaining a couple of weeks ago that the mainstream media wasn't digging into the sudden financial crisis at the Portland Police Activities League: Where has their funding come from? Why is it drying up? Who are the managers? Didn't they see this coming? Where can the money come from to save the organization? It took more than a week, but ... (more) Comment?
There's a self-selected group, with a grant from the Portland Development Commission, doing the "vision thing" on 42nd Avenue north of Fremont Street in northeast Portland. Comment?
Over here near Blog Central, the City of Portland is doing one of its "green streets" numbers on Klickitat Street. Comment?
According to data compiled by Portland police, Portland has more registered sex offenders per capita than any other similar-sized city in the country. Comment?
A reader who's knowledgeable about the slow-moving road widening project on NE Sandy Boulevard east of 122nd in outer Portlandia writes: ODOT's improvements from 122nd to just a little east of 141st stem from a high accident rate on heavily traveled Sandy where westbound drivers would get rear-ended while waiting for a break in traffic to turn ... (more) Comment?
On a Costco run the other day, we noticed that the City of Portland still hasn't opened the new lanes they've created on the south side of Sandy Boulevard for several dozen blocks starting at 122nd Avenue: The paving work has been finished for many weeks, but the new lanes remain, mysteriously, closed to all traffic. Comment?
If you've ever travelled east on Fremont Street from Beaumont to Rose City, you know what a drag the corner of 57th is. Comment?
The Portland planning car-haters say they may be willing to settle for bus-only lanes up and down Barbur Boulevard. Comment?
The great Portland Convention Center hotel ripoff took another weird turn this week, with the gaggle of public relations bobbleheads at Portland's Metro government suddenly pushing the news that they're going to ask for state lottery funds to build the thing. Comment?
Chase, whose District 5 seat includes most of the city of Portland north of Interstate-84, is the executive director of the Coalition of Community Health Clinics, a network of 14 non-profit health clinics in Multnomah County. Comment?
It was dark day in Portland today. Dark metaphorically, but also dark literally. Comment?