June 5, 2014 | Oregonlive.com-- Two weeks ago, Commissioner Steve Novick stood on the grass at Kelinworth Park and optimistically rolled out details of a new fee expected to charge residents and businesses more than $50 million a year to fix city streets.
Now, in response to harsh criticism about the rushed process, that proposal is on hold until November.
And on Friday, Novick will have a chance to reflect on it all -- and talk about his plan to avoid another political train wreck in five months.
Novick on Friday is the guest speaker at the City Club of Portland's Friday Forum, where he'll discuss the contentious street fee. READ FULL ARTICLE