The Commissioner form of government is what has to be killed here.
When you lie down with dogs, you're bound to get fleas. If you can't afford to live in a nicer neighborhood, don't expect everybody else who is barely able to live in a nicer neighborhood to have to foot the bill for you to have a nicer neighborhood. Move to Scappoose.
Why are these the only options? If the current system has problems, why switch to another system that is known to be broken? Why not consider options that don't have such problems like some form of proportional representation like most of the rest of the democratic world uses?
It's still just pissing in the wind.
They can talk all they want, in public or in private, but none of the City's elected officials have a clue as to how to create wealth.
Havvai'i used to have a pineapple industry, until the workers all demanded higher pay, so the farms all moved to The Philippines, and Havvai'i has returned to Third World, status.
NOW you change the story, after the fact, about the victim of the police.
A plan has to have financial backing. What's needed is for enough other supporting businesses to pony up the dough.
Minor correction: PDX City Club report was in 1933 not 1932, and here's the report: http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/cgi/view…
Minor clarification: On residency, "impossible to enforce" is a bit strong there without context, so I'll provide it. Under the proposal it has no enforcement mechanism, and we all know trying to get our residency rules enforced through what is apparently the proper channels hasn't worked out for a certain person. A citizen enforcement mechanism could help here.
These early submissions for reform are part of the public input process as refiling is basically free. My point in giving commentary is not to be opposed to reform, but to improve the drafts and get better reform. I'm not sure that intent comes across in the article.
It's really, just not worth the effort, but go ahead and knock yourself out. Why do you think they invented, Lake Oswego?
The Multnomah Indians, continue to be denied Ross Island, which is their ancestral burial grounds. One might well wonder about the history of West Hayden Island, as well? Perhaps there needs to be conducted an anthropological-archeological investigation?
So, the fish in the river will only be "mildly toxic", and eating them will only cause a "mild case" of liver cancer.
Well, it don't matter to me cause I have a license to grill!
Well, it don't matter to me cause I've got a license to grill!
So, the problem is that in Oregon, the pro-union politicians are also the anti-gun politicians, and they're up against the anti-labor trade agreement on top of everything.
Which means, you get to pick a side: Either the employees don't have a right to unionize, or, they don't have a right to the same 2nd Amendment protections that other state and federal employees are granted. Have fun with that, voters.
Cascade Locks is Oregon's 2nd rainiest town?! Who the hell is Zimmerman trying to fool? Just about every town west of I-5 in Oregon is two, maybe even three times as rainy as Cascade Locks...
Wow, since propane isn't the greenest of power sources, we should just ban anything having to do with it.
And since a train crashed back east killing people, we should ban all trains too.
That's just what we need, more inappropriately trained people carrying unnecessary guns. Ridiculous
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DO NOT TRUST NESTLE! They want to own the rights to ALL WATER on the planet, it is a stated goal of theirs. The owners do not believe that water is a basic human right and that they can better control it.
If they want to sell it then the community should find a way to pump and distribute the water themselves, the profits would be exponentially larger in the long run and it would remain in public hands
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