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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

Blazers Performance on the Court Benefits Local Organizations

Catherine Van in KATU News

Portland Harbor Superfund

State and City Announce New Partnership for Cleaning Up the Willamette River

Nick Fish Blog

 

Portland, Oregon, and EPA Partner for Superfund Cleanup

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

 

Portland, State of Oregon Team Up to Pay for Willamette River Superfund Cleaning

OPB News Staff

 

Sources: Portland Superfund Talks in High Gear

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

JTTF

Commissioner Nick Fish Statement on New JTTF Agreement

Nick Fish Blog

 

Post Joint Terrorism Task Force, Portland Adopts New Relationship With FBI

Conrad Wilson in OPB News

 

Police Could Still Join FBI Terrorism Investigations

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune

 

City Council Allows Police to Work with FBI Task Force

Alex Zielinski in the Portland Mercury

 

FBI Signals Support for New Relationship with Portland Police

Conrad Wilson in OPB News

Parks

A New Playground in Couch Park

Nick Fish Blog

 

Couch Park Adds Inclusive Playground, Plaza, Portland Loo

Zane Sparling in the Portland Tribune

 

Glenhaven Park Is Getting A NEW Playground – Construction Starts the Week of May 13

PP&R News and Media Releases

 

Springwater Corridor Bridge A Boon for Johnson Creek Fish

Zane Sparling in the Portland Tribune

In Other News

Leach Plant Sale Called ‘Best Ever’

David Ashton in the East Portland News

 

Chief defends work of Gun Violence Reduction Team as Commissioner Hardesty pushes to defund it

Maxine Bernstein in The Oregonian

 

Portland City Council Paves Way for Timbers to Reopen Stadium by Passing Updated Good Neighbor Agreement

Jamie Goldberg in The Oregonian

 

Portland Picks Sports Fields Concept for Massive Post Office Redevelopment

Elliot Njus in The Oregonian

 

Uber And Lyft Caused Major Traffic Uptick In San Francisco, Study Says

Merrit Kennedy in OPB News

 

Will Portland Pay a CO2 Penalty by Lowering In-City Speed Limits?

Marty Smith in Willamette Week

 

Amy Dotson, New Northwest Film Center Director, Says She’s Interested in ‘Visual Storytelling in All Forms’

Kristi Turnquist in The Oregonian

 

RACC launches new Project Grants category: Catalyst

RACC News & Media Releases