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The City of Portland, Oregon

Dan Saltzman

Commissioner, City of Portland

Phone: 503-823-4151

Fax: 503-823-3036

1221 SW 4th Ave Ste 230, Portland, OR 97204

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Meet the Team

Matt GrummMatt Grumm

Chief of Staff

(503) 823-4151  |  matt.grumm@portlandoregon.gov

Matt has been working with Dan since his first campaign for City Council. He assists the Commissioner in managing the Portland Bureau of Transportation and is a good contact for all transportation planning activities in our region. He's also the point of contact for issues pertaining to city utilities, short term rentals and general Portland government questions. Matt has also advised Dan on numerous city budgets and is an excellent resource for budget information.

Matt has a BA in Political Science from Southern Oregon University and dabbled in urban planning at Portland State University. He grew up in the heart of the Mid Willamette Valley, the sorely misunderstood and great town of Albany Oregon. While in college he interned for Senator Ron Wyden, and after moving to Portland in 1997, became very active in local politics. He is a rabid Portland Timbers fan and will also talk your ear off about the Blazers if you give him a chance. You have been warned.

Additional Liaison Responsibilities: METRO’s Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation, Public Works Permitting processes.


R. Lyne Martin-Modica

Scheduler & Office Manager

(503) 823-4151  |  lyne.martin@portlandoregon.gov

R. Lyne Martin-Modica brings with her many years of government experience. Lyne has worked for former County Chair Gladys McCoy, Beverly Stein and County Commissioner Maria Rojo de Steffey. Lyne's daily task of keeping Commissioner Saltzman on time and on schedule can be anything but smooth, but she does so with ease, confidence and a sense of humor.

Lyne enjoys reading, traveling and cooking for family and friends.


Shaina Hobbs Shaina Hobbs

Policy Director

(503) 823-4151  |  shaina.hobbs@portlandoregon.gov

Shaina brings with her a varied background in public service, with experience in the Metro Council Office and as a Safe Routes to School Coordinator for Tigard. Shaina provides policy support to the Commissioner and staff on transportation issues and advocates for transportation equity. She is the point of contact for parking issues, the Fixing Our Streets Program, and other general transportation questions. Shaina also serves as a liaison for the Gateway Center for Domestic Violence Services.

Shaina grew up in Maryland, where she earned a BS in Political Science from Towson University. While at college, she spearheaded the installation of the first bike repair station on Towson’s campus in response to the city’s newly completed bike loop. In her free time, she loves to cook Filipino food, play board games, and travel.