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Hall Monitor

Portland Is the Only City that Penalizes Egregious CEO Pay. Donald Trump’s People Might End That

Hall Monitor: A Fight We’ve Been Waiting For

Portland’s Finally Ready to Fight for Renter Protections in Court. Good.

Hall Monitor: Cleaning the Baton

City Hall’s Chaotic. Can Portland’s Newest Leaders Change That?

Hall Monitor: Amanda Fritz’s Next Big Thing

Fritz Has a New Assignment, and Designs on a Multi-Million-Dollar Project

Hall Monitor: Wheeler’s Testy Early Term

How Will the New Mayor Handle His Biggest Test Yet?

Hall Monitor—A Dull Blade?

The City’s About to Require Affordable Units. It Might Not Pay Off for Years.

Hall Monitor—In Under the Wire

Facing Serious Time Constraints, This City Council Faces Its Most Hectic Week Ever

A Declaration of Independence

Portland’s Auditor Says She’s Unduly Strained. She Wants You to Change That.

Hall Monitor—Eudaly Visits the Precinct

Portland’s Newest Commissioner is Making Some Bold Plays. Can She Keep It Up?

Hall Monitor—A Baby Step in Trump’s Shadow

Fossil Fuels Restrictions That Portland’s Considering Are More Urgent Than Ever Before

Hall Monitor—The Death of Terminal 1

Portland’s Bold, Flawed Mass Shelter Proposal Just Gave Way to the Status Quo

Hall Monitor: The Mayor’s Private Rap Session

City Employees Have Questions About the Police Union Contract, Too

Hall Monitor: The Mayor’s Last Big Loss?

Charlie Hales’ Police Contract “Victory” Looks Like Anything But Right Now

Hall Monitor: A Rudderless Harbor?

A Terminal 1 Homeless Shelter is Proceeding, But Who Will Run It?

Hall Monitor: A Police Reform Lube Job

Everyone Seems to Dislike a New Police Union Contract. It’ll Pass Anyway.

Hall Monitor—The True Price of Hales’ Police Deal

City Council Supports Spending $6.8 Million for Cops, but It’ll Cost You More.

Hall Monitor: The Mayor’s Last Big Win?

After Months of Harping, Charlie Hales Says He’s Finally Killed the 48-Hour Rule

Hall Monitor: R2DToo, Rushed

The Essential Homeless Rest Area Is Blocked from Moving. Is There a Quick Fix?

Hall Monitor: New Sheriff, Old Outlook

Does Mike Reese’s Stance on Camping Seem Familiar? It Should.

Hall Monitor: Putting Out Fires At Terminal 1

Recent Conflicts Over the Contentious Property Are Smaller Than They Appear

Hall Monitor: Unlikely Allies at Terminal 1

A Proposed Homeless Shelter in Northwest Portland Is Making for Strange Bedfellows

Hall Monitor: Homer Williams’ Wish List

Once Again, a Prominent Developer Is Swaying the Homelessness Discussion

Hall Monitor—The Biggest Whack-A-Mole

Hundreds of Homeless Are About to Be Swept. Where to Is Anyone’s Guess

Hall Monitor: Getting Lifted

Portland Might Be Ready to Cut Back Its Heavy Cannabis Regulations

Hall Monitor: The New Housing Frontier

Portland's About to Consider Some Big Changes to Its Housing Strategy. We'll Need More.

Hall Monitor: PPB—The New Batch

We've Got New Police Leadership! Will It Matter?

Hall Monitor: In the Hole

The City's About to Spend Money It Doesn't Have to Fight Homelessness

Hall Monitor: ALERT!

Surprise! Commercial Property Types Want to Duck a Tax for Housing

Hall Monitor: A Summertime Chaos Grab Bag

Summer Sucks in City Hall. Not This Year!

Hall Monitor: Putting Out the Final Fire

The Last Lingering Disagreement of Mayor Charlie Hales' Controversial Budget Is Done

Hall Monitor: Are O'Dea's Days Numbered?

The Police Chief Shot a Guy. That's Not Even the Worst Part.

Hall Monitor: The Budget Boiling Point

Charlie Hales' Somber Crystal Ball Backfires, Fireworks Ensue

Hall Monitor: Boom Town Budget Fight!

It Could Have Been Charlie Hales' Easiest Budget Yet. Now It's a Battle.

Hall Monitor: The 48-Hour Solution?

Jules Bailey Says a Controversial Police Policy Is on the Way Out. Is He Right?

Hall Monitor: Idling Threats

Truckers Want to Kill the Gas Tax, and Steve Novick's Making Phone Calls

Hall Monitor: New Team, Same Problems

Will Portland's New Homelessness Office Leave Out Our Latest Efforts?

Hall Monitor: Campaign Operatives, Catalogued?

Uber's Driven a New Ethics Ordinance Straight to City Hall

Hall Monitor: If You Charge It, Will They Pay?

The City's New Street Fee Proposal Is Optional.

Hall Monitor: Remember, Portland, Your River's Also Filthy

And We're About to Learn How Much Cleanup Will Cost

Hall Monitor: The Next $850 Million

The City Spends $70 Million a Year on Housing. Is It Working?

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Moving Is the Worst

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For Mayor, the More the Merrier

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Legal Camping Is Rational

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Money on the Table
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