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Alcohol Impact Area

Exhibit 9

List of all OLCC liquor licensed premises within the proposed Alcohol Impact Area

Exhibit 4

Summary of Portland Patrol incorporated Report findings regarding the types of products consumed on the street.

Exhibit 6

List of off premises liquor licensees provided by OLCC

Exhibit Summary

List and discription of Exhibits 1 thru 16 of the Petition

Exhibit 12

? Map of the Geographical Designation of the Area and the Density of drinking in Public and detox

Exhibit 16

Resolution from Portland City Council

Detox-Civil Hold

Map indicationg the detox incidents within the proposed AIA

Exhibit 3

Hooper Detoxification Center Data/ Summary 2000 to Present

Exhibit 7

Chronological development of VIBRANT-PDX agreement, survey results, and overall feedback

Drinking in Public Incidents

Map indicating Drinking in Public in proposed AIA - Portland Police Bureau Strategic Services Division

Exhibit 1

Language of Proposed OAR in full

Exhibit 11

Strategic Service Summary of Purchase point to Police contact Mapping Project

Exhibit 14

List of OLCC liquor licensed premises within the proposed Alcohol Impact Area that will not be covered by the proposed rule language.

Exhibit 2

Strategic Services Division Summary of comparative Crime Statistics

Petition to Initiate Rulemaking at the Oregon Liquor Control Commission

Petition Submitted to the OLCC to consider designating an Alcohol Impact area in the Downtown Core

Exhibit 10

List of the 42 off premises liquor licensed locations to be covered by proposed language

Exhibit 13

Reports on other AIA in Seattle and Tacoma Washington

Exhibit 15

Requests for exemption from affected liquor licensed locations within the proposed designated area.

Exhibit 5

Summary of staff meetings with community members and licensees regarding development of VIBRANT-PDX/ Information on Alcohol Impact Area

Exhibit 8

Information on Public meetings for comment on Rule Language on August 12th 2010 and September 15th, 2010.

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