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City of Portland CRC Appeals Process Meeting November 28th

Location - Office of Equity & Human Rights, Commonwealth Building, 421 SW 6th, 5th Floor Steel Room Noon to 3pm

City of Portland
CRC Appeals Process

Meeting Agenda
November 28, 2016, noon to 3:00 p.m.

1) Call to order.

2) Review of minutes and reporting from November 14 meeting.

3) Discussion of remaining issues relating to key focus areas of CRC appeals process:

Size of CRC. Q: Any more to discuss?

Size of Appeals panels. Q: Should PRB civilians be included?

Public testimony at Appeals Hearings. Q: Can we find solutions to the trust, transparency, and legal questions associated with the timing of public testimony at appeals hearings that improve on the limited agreement reached in the first meeting?

4) Address related additional issues and make recommendations as relevant.

Time permitting: Allocation of time for citizen review process (21 days out of 180 total); allowing complainants to see their case file; providing a paid advocate for the complainant.

Discussion of future steps the City should consider in review police oversight and accountability systems and procedures.

5) Discussion of next steps, reporting.

6) Adjourn.

The meeting is schedule for three hours in length. It is anticipated that a 10 minute break will occur about half way through the time period.

Reminder:

The facilitator is maintaining a page for all interested parties in relation to these meetings at: www.cdri.com/appeals2016crc

Contact: Mandi Hood, 503-823-5149, mandi.hood@portlandoregon.gov

Upper Larch Mountain Road closes November 23

Multnomah County Transportation will close the upper section of Larch Mountain Road in the Columbia Gorge on Wednesday, November 23 for the winter season. The closure will be in place by 3 pm. Every autumn the county closes upper Larch Mountain Road by installing a snow gate near mile post 10. The closure protects the traveling public from adverse weather conditions and reduces maintenance costs associated with snow removal. The gate is opened each spring.

This news release is available online.

NEWS RELEASE

Release: November 16, 2016

Contact: Mike Pullen, Communications Office, 503-209-4111, mike.j.pullen@multco.us

Upper Larch Mountain Road closes November 23

Multnomah County Transportation will close the upper section of Larch Mountain Road in the Columbia Gorge on Wednesday, November 23 for the winter season. The closure will be in place by 3 pm. Every autumn the county closes upper Larch Mountain Road by installing a snow gate near mile post 10. The closure protects the traveling public from adverse weather conditions and reduces maintenance costs associated with snow removal. The gate is opened each spring.

Larch Mountain Road is the highest road in Multnomah County, reaching an altitude of 4055 feet. The snow gate is at an elevation of approximately 2300 feet. Multnomah County maintains Larch Mountain Road and 300 miles of roads and bridges. For more information, visit www.multco.us/roads.

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Mike Pullen | Multnomah County Communications Office | 503-209-4111 | newsroom | twitter | facebook

CRC Appeals Process Meeting November 14, 2016

Meeting on 11/14/16 from noon to 3pm at Office of Equity and Human Rights, 421 SW 6th Ave 5th Floor

City of Portland
CRC Appeals Process
Meeting Agenda
November 14, 2016, 12:00 - 3:00 p.m.


Office of Equity & Human Rights
Commonwealth Building
421 SW 6th Avenue, 5th Floor
Bridge Room
Portland, OR 97204


1. Call to order, orientation to purpose, and introductions
2. Discussion of three elements of CRC appeals process:
 Public testimony at Appeals Hearings
 Determining size of Appeals panels
 Size of CRC
3. Facilitated clarification of areas of consensus/areas of disagreement on three elements discussed
4. Time permitting: Discussion of possible recommendations the group may make regarding the process for a broader or more in-depth review of police oversight issues. (If time does not permit, this issue would be rescheduled for a second meeting)
5. Discussion about next steps, including whether a second meeting is necessary/desired
6. Adjourn
The meeting is scheduled for three hours in length. It is anticipated that a 10-minute break will occur about half way through the time period.