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Nick Fish

Commissioner, City of Portland

phone: 503-823-3589

Email: nick@portlandoregon.gov

1221 S.W. 4th, Room 240, Portland, OR 97204

The Weekly Catch

Permanent Supportive Housing

Portland and Multnomah County Will Look at Pairing Housing with Services to Keep Homeless Housed

Jessica Floum in The Oregonian

Superfund

City and State Raise Red Flags About Superfund Process

Nick Fish Blog

 

Governor Brown Urges EPA to Move Forward with Cleanup of Portland Harbor

Governor Brown Press Release

 

Oregon Delegation Urges Prompt EPA Action on Portland Harbor site

Senator Ron Wyden Press Release

 

EPA 'Remains Committed' to Working with DEQ, Tribes on Portland Superfund Cleanup

Andrew Theen in The Oregonian

 

$1.05 Billion Willamette River Superfund Cleanup Faces Delay After EPA Revises Plan, State Says

Andrew Theen in The Oregonian

 

EPA Delays Signing Controversial Portland Harbor Superfund Agreement

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

 

DEQ Says EPA "Opening Up Process" in Superfund Row

Pete Danko in the Portland Business Journal

 

New EPA Plan Could Delay Cleanup of Portland Harbor Pollution

Cassandra Profita in OPB News

 

Now Trump’s Messing with the Willamette River?

Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

 

Trump Administration Threatening Actions That Would Delay Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup, Local Officials Say

Rachel Monahan in Willamette Week

 

Trump Undermining Portland Harbor Superfund Cleanup, Oregon Officials Say

Pete Danko in the Portland Business Journal

 

Oregon Authorities Accuse EPA of Delaying, Weakening Portland Harbor Cleanup Plan

Joe Douglass in KATU News

 

Oregon: US Gov't Backtracking on Portland Harbor Cleanup

Andrew Selsky for The Associated Press in The Seattle Times

 

Oregon's Congressional Push To Get EPA To Clean Up Polluted Portland Harbor

Jefferson Public Radio

Portland Water Bureau

Portland Submits Crypto Plan to Oregon Health Authority

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

Housing

City's Plans for Affordable Housing Bond Prioritizes Minorities, Families and At-Risk Households

Jon Bell in the Portland Business Journal

 

Director's Desk: Portland Housing Bond Framework Charts Course for Change

Israel Bayer in StreetRoots

 

The City Finally Has an Idea of How to Spend Its Housing Bond

Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

 

Portland to Decide How to Spend $250M For Affordable Housing

Conrad Wilson in OPB News

 

Portland Sets Priorities for How to Spend $258 Million Affordable Housing Bond

Jessica Floum in The Oregonian

In Other News

No More Stalling: All User Restroom Opens at Southeast

River Flora in the PCC Bridge

 

8 Arts Picks: Vanport Drama, Classical Music, Art Exhibits, More

Amy Wang in The Oregonian

 

Laika, Portland Art Museum Team Up to Take You Behind the Scenes of 4 Oscar-Nominated Films

Amy Wang in The Oregonian