As the crisis in affordable housing mounts, so do efforts to find solutions.
Deborah Kafoury News
On Wednesday afternoon, Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury was among those recognized by The Daily Journal of Commerce for her leadership over the past year.
The Native American Rehabilitation Association, Northwest stopped by the Multnomah Building on Jan. 14 to honor the county's ongoing partnership with the organization.
Residents of Multnomah County are required to review the county home rule charter every six years.
Chair Deborah Kafoury met with community partners at the Rockwood Center in northeast Portland on Oct. 13 to discuss ways to better reach out and serve Spanish-speaking residents.
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On Aug. 13, Chair Kafoury spoke at the Office of Management and Finance’s Speaker Series at the City of Portland.
Deborah Kafoury became the 11th chair in Multnomah County’s history when she was sworn in on Thursday to head Oregon’s most populous county.