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Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Oct 11
Many of the issues police show up for could be prevented or solved in other ways. It’s time to Rethink community safety. It’s time to . Join the conversation to foster safety for everyone in this city. Learn more at
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Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Oct 27
My budget proposals for tomorrow were informed in part by my recent initiative: Rethink Portland. You can learn more at
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Black Resilience Fund Oct 8
Join the "Youth Town Hall", hosted by this Saturday, October 10th, 12-2PM. This is the third event in the series. Tune in to the Facebook Live conversation with Portland's Black, Indigenous, and other youth of color.
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Ali Sep 18
I agree 100%. Portland has been inequitable since it's founding. Let's build a new equitable and restorative future!
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Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Oct 5
Replying to @JoAnnPDX
Now is the time to and I want to hear from you. ☑️ Sign up for live virtual testimony here: by Monday, October 5 at 4:00pm.
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Citizens for Laurelhurst Park Oct 27
Community members continue to report on the unacceptable safety and health issues that are growing in and around
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Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Oct 7
Replying to @JoAnnPDX
Rethink Portland is Commissioner Hardesty's plan to engage with community members and move the city forward in a time when people are demanding changes to policing in Portland. You can learn more at
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Citizens for Laurelhurst Park Oct 27
Replying to @ChloeEudalyPDX
Meanwhile, I encourage you to contact at chloe@portlandoregon.gov to discuss the unacceptable state of our public spaces here in .
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Portland, Oregon Oct 10
public restrooms closed in downtown Portland Oregon Saturday October 10, 2020
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Julie Lance May 7
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Keith Wilson May 19
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Citizens for Laurelhurst Park Oct 26
Replying to @JoAnnPDX
Meanwhile our public spaces have become infested with drug needles and local communities are experiencing increases in crime due to illegal campsites
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Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty Oct 26
Replying to @JoAnnPDX
With your help Portland can make sure to invest in it's values and meet the moment this Wednesday, October 28th, as we continue to rethink and transform community safety here in Portland. Learn more about this effort at
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Portland, Oregon Oct 11
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Citizens for Laurelhurst Park Oct 14
The Central City Concern and Rapid Response team today at . The problem is far from over but this is progress towards a safe and clean public space.
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Julie Lance Mar 16
We need Keith on Portland City Council!
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Portland Inc. #BlackLivesMatter 4 Nov 15
will be instrumental in the future of engaging communities.
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Keith Wilson May 10
Unsheltered homelessness can be solved. Join our livestream tomorrow night and hear from Norm McGillivrey, founder of Beddown in Australia.
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voltaverse Oct 28
Keep assaulting me with sound out there (mostly) fellas. If I could prove who you were I'd have testified against you. I hope they cut your budget into a million little pieces, jerks. ?
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Karen LaBonté Ed.D. Oct 21
's budget package is up for a vote on 10/28. Join Commissioner Hardesty, Unite Oregon, Imagine Black (formally PAALF); hear outline proposals for the budget vote, ask questions.
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