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  1. Jan 30

    Race Talks 2 Community-Police Forum -- Tuesday, February 3, 6-9 p.m., Jefferson High School

    Race Talks 2 is sponsoring a series of community forums to improve communication between the Police and the Public. The first forum is on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 5:30 p.m.--free dinner; 6-9 p.m. forum, at Jefferson High School, 5210 N. Kerby Ave. betwe

  2. Jan 29

    Morrison Bridge closed Sunday for lift span work

    The Morrison Bridge will be closed to traffic on Sunday, February 1 from 7 a.m. until as late as 7 p.m. during an inspection and maintenance work on the lift span deck. The work is related to problems with deck panels that were installed in 2011 – 2012.

  3. Jan 27

    Multnomah County seeks members for the Columbia River Gorge Commission and the Charter Committee

    For residents interested in civic involvement, Multnomah County is currently seeking representatives to serve on either the Columbia River Gorge Commission or the Charter Committee. Keep reading to learn more about the work of these two groups and for information on how residents can get involved.

  4. Jan 23

    Clinton Green Street and Sewer Construction Update: January 22, 2015

    As part of the Tabor to the River Program, Environmental Services continues construction on the Clinton Green Street and Sewer Project. This project will replace 3,800 feet of sewer pipe installed over 100 years ago, construct 24 green street planters and add two blocks of pervious paving. These improvements will protect public health, property and the environment, and reduce the possibility of sewage releases into streets, homes and businesses.

  5. Jan 23

    Eastmoreland-Woodstock Sewer Repair Project Construction Update: January 22, 2015

    Construction continues on a project in your neighborhood to repair or replace about 40,000 feet of severely deteriorated sewer pipes that are more than 60 years old. The work will make the sewer system work more effectively and protect water quality, public health and the environment.