The changes would make it more difficult for immigrants to live and work in the U.S.
Multnomah County News
The theme of this year’s celebration was Construyendo Puentes, No Barreras – which translates to ‘Building Bridges, Not Walls’
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners declared today, Oct. 14, 2019, as Indigenous Peoples’ Day
Rulemaking committee will include cart owners, pod operators and health officials; enforcement to begin in early 2020
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The forums focus on how prolonged ground shaking could destabilize the Critical Energy Infrastructure Hub, a six-mile-stretch of tanks and infrastructure east of Highway 30 on the river’s edge.
Recent mapping shows that in the event of a major earthquake, the soil underneath the area will likely liquify potentially causing the tanks to buckle and the release of fuel into the river.
Board seeks public comment at public hearings, online
In September, Rice joined the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council team. She’s charged with bringing more transparency and community voices to the public safety system in Multnomah County.
The next election in Multnomah County is the November 5, 2019 Special Election.
Beyond calling for mass shelters far from city centers, the president and his team have urged communities to rely on police more, instead of less, in responding to people in a mental health crisis.
Ordinance would address public health concerns at pods, fill void in regulations