Office of Mayor Ted Wheeler
City of Portland
MAYOR TED WHEELER
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Eileen Park, (503) 823-6541
Mayor Wheeler Introduces Five Notable Items in City Council This Week
You can find the full Council agenda here.
Mayor Wheeler will bring 36 units of affordable housing to City Council, which is the result from four new projects under the Inclusionary Housing Multiple-Unit Limited Tax Exemption (IH MULTE) program. The program is a financial incentive to make units affordable in developments that would otherwise be market-rate. The four projects are: Anna Jeter (1650 SE Spokane St.), Halsey106 (10550 NE Halsey St.), Kōz (NE Sandy Blvd.) and Stacy DeWall (1660 SE Spokane St.).
Item 113 – Condemning White Supremacy and Alt-Right Hate Groups (Introduced by Mayor Wheeler, Commissioners Eudaly, Fish, Fritz and Hardesty)
City Council is introducing an ordinance condemning white supremacy and alt-right groups in Portland, and calling for the City to work with community organizations to develop city-wide training on the history and impact of white supremacy, and how to identify white supremacy.
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