The American economy is still booming, but Multnomah County continues to face a significant budget gap thanks to inflation, Public Employee Retirement System costs and limited revenue.
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First increase since 2016 rule passed allows for continued education, oversight
The County and its partners help thousands of households avoid the streets with rent assistance. But without new revenue, or an infusion from the federal government, rent hikes threaten those gains.
Dozens of people gathered at Gresham City Hall on March 7, 2019 for the first in a series of critical informational and strategy meetings to get out the word about upcoming 2020 census.
County petitions to be a friend of the court in state case Chernaik v. Brown
County petitions to be friend of the court in Chernaik v. Brown
The Public Health Advisory Board also asked Commissioners to prioritize healthy food, safe streets
On Thursday, March 7 the the Board declared March “Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month" in Multnomah County.
Briefing on leading causes of death focuses on addiction, mental health, firearms and traffic
Case unrelated to measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington
Vote comes after national search and hiring committee including 40 community leaders
Pods not subject to many rules governing traditional restaurants, leaving officials to request new tools to protect public health