The proclamation is a call to action urging people to lift up the voices of older survivors and bring awareness to cases of elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
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Program has supported more than 3,000 first-time mothers with medical expertise, encouragement
Celebration to be held at Vance Park in Gresham on June 19 to honor the historical significance of abolition
Board wants voters to consider similar updates to Home Rule Charter
With a tribute to the past, and a pledge to the future, Multnomah County Commissioners proclaimed June 2019 as Pride Month today
he Multnomah County Board on Thursday (6/6) officially approved the launch of renovations on a centralized, 21st-century-style community justice campus in East Portland.
The Board of Commissioners joined the young people who are currently suing the federal and state governments for failing to protect public trust resources as a federal appeals court heard their case.
By seeking to file a brief in support of the youths’ case, Multnomah County is the first government jurisdiction in the country to publicly support the plaintiffs’ positions in both Chernaik v. Brown.
Chair Deborah Kafoury reminded a gathering of health and housing policy experts Friday that the solution to homelessness is simple — even if the conditions that sometimes accompany it often are not.
North Williams Center is a public-private partnership developed by the West Coast nonprofit Bridge Housing. It will bring 61 apartments to a lot County commissioners voted to donate in January.
The Board of Commissioners today approved a nearly $2 billion budget for 2020, maintaining core County programs in homeless services, voter access and SUN schools.
More than two dozen people spoke during the fourth community meeting on Chair Deborah Kafoury’s proposed $2 billion budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year.