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Nick Fish

Commissioner, City of Portland

phone: 503-823-3589

fax: 503-823-3596

1221 S.W. 4th, Room 240, Portland, OR 97204

The Weekly Catch

EPA delays releasing Superfund cleanup plan, again
Steve Law in the Portland Tribune

Bottoms up! Portland celebrates Widmer Bros’ best-seller with ‘Hefe Day’
KATU 2 News Staff

“I Think It’s Disgraceful.” Budget Tensions Spilled Out into a City Council Hearing Thursday. Big Time.
Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

Hall Monitor: A Tax Switcheroo?
Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

Council rejects Hales’ business tax increase
Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

Mayor Charlie Hales’ Business Tax Hike Appears Dead. Will A Construction Tax Take Its Place?
Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

Should Hales business license fee increase pass, here’s how much extra you’ll pay
Andy Giegerich in the Portland Business Journal

Mayor Hales’ $8.7M business tax hike is likely dead in the water
Erik Siemers in the Portland Tribune

Three Portland Commissioners Kill Mayor Charlie Hales’ Business Tax Increase
Beth Slovic in Willamette Week

Charlie Hales’ tax hike doesn’t have votes, so now what?
Brad Schmidt in The Oregonian

Portland Commissioners Veto Mayor’s Business Tax Hike
Amelia Templeton from OPB

Portland Budget: Mayor’s Tax Proposal Appears Dead on Arrival
Colin Miner in the Portland Patch

Hales’ fight for business tax increase, other City Council members work on substitute budget
Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

Lacking political support, Charlie Hales makes budget pitch to advocates, media
Brad Schmidt in The Oregonian

Three Portland commissioners don’t support mayor’s proposed business tax increase
Hillary Lake from KATU 2 News

A few budget cuts for Charlie Hales: Editorial Agenda 2016
The Oregonian Editorial Board

Mayor, police chief lobby for bigger budget
KGW Staff

Charlie Hales Says Cops and Homeless Services Will Be Imperiled Without More Tax Money
Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

City improves card security, but work remains
Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune