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High interest Council items

High Interest Council items  (newest - oldest)

FY 2017-18 budget for the City of Portland

Ordinance 188445 As Amended - June 8, 2017 


Establish goal to transition Portland to 100% renewable energy by 2050

Resolution 37289 As Amended - June 1, 2017

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City of Portland Investment Policy

Resolution 37278 As Amended - April 5, 2017: Adopt City of Portland Investment Policy

Sanctuary City 

Resolution 37277 - March 22, 2017: Declare the City of Portland a Welcoming City, Sanctuary City, and an Inclusive City for all.

Relocation assistance for involuntary displacements of tenants

Ordinance 188219 as amended - February 2, 2017: Amend Affordable Housing Preservation and Portland Renter Protections to add relocation assistance for involuntary displacements of tenants amend PCC 30.01.085. 

Auditor's independence

Resolution 37265 - February 1, 2017: Place a measure on the May 16, 2017 ballot to amend City Charter provisions to protect Auditor's independence. 

Residential Demolition

Report 41-2017 - January 18, 2017: Accept the Residential Demolition Ordinance Implementation Report.

Inclusionary Housing

Ordinance 188162 - December 21, 2016: Provide affordable housing through an Inclusionary Housing Program (amend Title 33, Planning and Zoning). 

Fossil fuel terminals

Ordinance 188142 - December 14, 2016: Restrict bulk fossil fuel terminals.

Home Energy Score

Ordinance 188143 - December 14, 2016: Require disclosure of energy performance ratings for residential single family buildings when listed for sale to promote transparency in housing costs and reduction in local carbon emissions.

Open and Accountable Elections

Ordinance 188152 - December 14, 2016: Adopt the Open and Accountable Elections Policy.

South Portal Partnership Plan Project

Resolution 37257 - December 14, 2016: Accept findings of the South Portal Partnership Plan Project pertaining to proposed changes to roadway alignments of SW Bond Ave, SW Moody Ave, SW Hamilton St, SW Hamilton Ct, SW Lowell St, and SW Thomas St, and direct implementation of a plan to fund, design and construct remaining South Water Front street connections.

Residential Infill Project

Resolution 37252 - December 7, 2016: Accept the Residential Infill Project: Concept Report to Council as general conceptual parameters for subsequent zoning code and zoning map amendments.