Hall Monitor

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News Nov 1 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Hirer Gets Fired?

Portland’s HR Director Just Resigned Abruptly. Her Replacement Was Picked Months Ago.

News Oct 25 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Danielle Outlaw Wants a Helper

Turns Out the Police Chief’s Been Planning a Big Change for Bureau Leadership.

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News Oct 11 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Echoes of Charlie

As Ted Wheeler Steeps Himself in the Homelessness Crisis, He’s Sounding More Like His Predecessor

News Oct 4 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The 10-Month Checkup

Three Takeaways as Mayor Ted Wheeler Extends Portland’s Housing Emergency

Housing Sep 27 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Dibs!

Chloe Eudaly Wants to Give Tenants and City Officials the First Shot At Buying Rental Properties

News Sep 20 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Wheeler’s Rosy Red Herrings

The Mayor’s Boosting a Highway Expansion, But Does He Have His Facts Straight?

News Aug 2 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Slap Yourselves, Portland

Proposed Police Oversight Changes Are Hugely Important. So Wake Up!

News Jul 19 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Secret, Zombie 48-Hour Rule Lives!

Why Didn’t Ted Wheeler Think to Mention that a Despised Practice Had Returned?

Housing Jul 12 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Renter Relo Can Stay!

The City’s Controversial Tenant Protections Are Legal. What’s Next?

News Jul 5 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Jumping Ship

Even More Agencies Are Bailing from Portland’s Problematic, Expensive Police Records System

News Jun 28 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: From Exceptionalism to Septic System

Will the City Pick a Pricey Water Treatment Plant, or a Really Pricey One? Both, Probably.

News Jun 21 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Teddy Wheels and the Mayoral Dagger

The Mayor Just Issued a Damning Judgment, Even if His Office Won’t Admit It.

News Jun 7 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Hold the Phone!

Portland’s 911 Stats Have Been Lowballed Since 2004. We Should Have Been Told.

News May 24 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Hall Pass Revoked

Why Too Much Poop in Portland’s Water’s Going to Cost Us Millions

News May 17 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Waiting Games

Would A Raise Have Solved Portland’s 911 Woes? Depends Who You Ask.

News May 3 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Best Budget Fights, A Preview

Ted Wheeler’s First Budget Is Largely Noncontroversial. Here Are Some Exceptions.

News Mar 29 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Paying It Forward

Ted Wheeler Wants to Borrow Millions to Repair Roads and Parks. That’s Good.

News Mar 22 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Into the Glue Pot

This Looks Like the Year Portland’s Horse Cops Finally Get the Ax

News Mar 15 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Rush Is On

The Mayor’s Vow to Negotiate a New Exclusion Policy Turned Out to Be Awfully Fragile

News Mar 1 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: City Hall’s Uneasy Denizens

Turns Out Plenty of City Staffers Are Freaked Out by Unceasing Protests

News Feb 22 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Staying Power

An Imperiled R2DToo Might Have One More Trick Up Its Sleeve

News Feb 15 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor

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

News Feb 8 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: A Fight We’ve Been Waiting For

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

News Feb 1 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Cleaning the Baton

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

News Jan 25 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Amanda Fritz’s Next Big Thing

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

News Jan 18 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Wheeler’s Testy Early Term

How Will the New Mayor Handle His Biggest Test Yet?

News Dec 14 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—A Dull Blade?

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

News Dec 7 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—In Under the Wire

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

News Nov 30 4:00 AM

A Declaration of Independence

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

News Nov 23 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—Eudaly Visits the Precinct

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

News Nov 16 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—A Baby Step in Trump’s Shadow

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

News Nov 2 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—The Death of Terminal 1

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

News Oct 26 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Mayor’s Private Rap Session

City Employees Have Questions About the Police Union Contract, Too

News Oct 19 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Mayor’s Last Big Loss?

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

News Oct 12 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: A Rudderless Harbor?

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

News Oct 5 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: A Police Reform Lube Job

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

News Sep 21 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—The True Price of Hales’ Police Deal

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

News Sep 14 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Mayor’s Last Big Win?

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

News Sep 7 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: R2DToo, Rushed

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

News Aug 31 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: New Sheriff, Old Outlook

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

News Aug 24 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Putting Out Fires At Terminal 1

Recent Conflicts Over the Contentious Property Are Smaller Than They Appear

News Aug 17 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Unlikely Allies at Terminal 1

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

News Jul 27 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Homer Williams’ Wish List

Once Again, a Prominent Developer Is Swaying the Homelessness Discussion

News Jul 20 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor—The Biggest Whack-A-Mole

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

Cannabis Jul 13 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Getting Lifted

Portland Might Be Ready to Cut Back Its Heavy Cannabis Regulations

Housing Jul 6 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The New Housing Frontier

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

News Jun 29 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: PPB—The New Batch

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

News Jun 22 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: In the Hole

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

Housing Jun 15 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: ALERT!

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

News Jun 8 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: A Summertime Chaos Grab Bag

Summer Sucks in City Hall. Not This Year!

News Jun 1 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Putting Out the Final Fire

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

News May 25 4:00 AM

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

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

News May 18 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Budget Boiling Point

Charlie Hales' Somber Crystal Ball Backfires, Fireworks Ensue

News May 4 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Boom Town Budget Fight!

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

News Apr 27 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The 48-Hour Solution?

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

News Apr 20 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Idling Threats

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

News Apr 13 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: New Team, Same Problems

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

News Apr 6 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Campaign Operatives, Catalogued?

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

News Mar 30 4:00 AM

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

The City's New Street Fee Proposal Is Optional.

News Mar 23 4:00 AM

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

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

Housing Mar 9 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: The Next $850 Million

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

News Feb 24 4:00 PM

Hall Monitor

Moving Is the Worst

News Feb 17 5:00 PM

Hall Monitor

For Mayor, the More the Merrier

News Feb 10 4:00 PM

Hall Monitor

Legal Camping Is Rational

News Feb 3 4:00 PM

Hall Monitor

Money on the Table