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The City of Portland, Oregon

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

Portland Commissioner Nick Fish's Cancer Treatments to Intensify

Gordon Friedman in The Oregonian

 

Transgender Students Have Right to Use Restrooms of Choice, Oregon Judge Rules

Aimee Green in The Oregonian

 

Portland To Fund Affordable Housing and Mental Health Services

Elizabeth Hayes in the Portland Business Journal

 

Homelessness: ‘Here Is Who Is Missing from This Conversation: The Federal Government’

Kellee Azar in KATU News

Environmental Services

Growing More Than Trees: Partnerships and Healthy Urban Watersheds

BES City Green Blog

 

Hundreds of Gallons of Sewage Spill from NW Portland Manhole

FOX 12 Staff

 

Portlanders Getting Utility Discounts Aren’t Doing What They Promised

Steve Law in the Portland Tribune

Rental Registration

City Council to Vote on Portland’s First Rental Registration System

Mayor Ted Wheeler Media Release

 

Portland Will Require All Landlords to Register Their Apartments – By Late 2020

Betsy Hammond in The Oregonian

 

City Council to Vote on Creating A Massive Database for Portland Rentals

Alex Zielinski in the Portland Mercury

E-Scooters

You Can Now Rent E-Scooters in Portland

Nate Hanson in KGW News

 

E-Scooters Arrive in Portland

Lisa Balick in KOIN 6 News

 

Want to Try One of The New E-Scooters in Portland? Remember to Wear A Helmet

KATU News

 

E-Scooters Now Available to Ride in Portland

Lizzy Acker in The Oregonian

In Other News

City Council to Adopt Performance-Based Parking Manual on Changing Hourly Rates

KATU News

 

Green Loop Gets City Moving for Sunday Parkways

Zane Sparling in the Portland Tribune

 

Minimum-Wage Workers Can't Afford Typical 1-Bedroom Apartment in 31 Oregon Counties

Elliot Njus in The Oregonian

 

Right 2 Dream Too Adds More Sleeping Pods

Zane Sparling in the Portland Tribune

 

City Hall Update: Neighborhood Office Gets A New Name

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

 

Starting in 2020, Many Businesses Must Keep Food Out of the Garbage

Rebecca Koffman in Metro News

 

Suicide Prevention Resources in Oregon And Beyond

Lydia Gerike in The Oregonian