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SpicyWild Rose 3 Sep 16
what a fabulous day ...
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Jake 1 Sep 16
The issue of homelessness being "addressed" on Portland's Springwater Corridor trail. But it's good… they have a hashtag.
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Tony Hernandez 1 Sep 16
Just saw Mohawk, the last camper, offer & give his own sodas to Park Rangers, advocate as he left the left Lambert Field
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. 1 Sep 16
if they want to hold signs that say we are not animals then DONT ACT LIKE ANIMALS !Be clean,quit stealing & doing drugs !
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Matt Rashleigh 1 Sep 16
People packing some things up & leaving a lot behind in the wake of the
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Rachael Rafanelli 1 Sep 16
"This is awesome" yells one neighbor about the . They say they are tired of crime, yelling, and dumping of litter.
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The Oregonian 10 Sep 16
As continues, Portland tallies cleanup results
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KGW News 1 Sep 16
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Amy K W Heil 1 Sep 16
This is a crime against humanity. 😟 Where are you sleeping tonight, Mayor Hales?
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Emily E. Smith 10 Sep 16
A full week of Springwater Corridor cleanup later:
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Rachael Rafanelli 1 Sep 16
"I'm not going until they give me a place to move.I'm a human. I have a place to live right now.It's safe," says "Tammi"
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Maggie Vespa KGW 2 Sep 16
Now had 3 campers tell me they're done cleaning up after . Here's what we've seen on day 2.
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Rachael Rafanelli 1 Sep 16
"We see this as a failure, really, of our city, and the systems providing a place people can legally go," says a neighbor.
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Nick Zukin 1 Sep 16
Lots of people pointing out the homeless in the have no place to go -- as if the Springwater is a place to go.
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AWM Productions 1 Sep 16
A mentally ill man with a machete turns it over to ranger after talking with mental health worker
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sarah iannarone 1 Sep 16
Replying to @extramsg
Sorry, I do not share you opinion that the was what's best for them. Guessing they'd disagree w you, too.
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Tony Hernandez 1 Sep 16
Advocate says two campers remain at Lambert Field. Both will leave soon. Volunteers are packing up. Cleaning crews remain.
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sarah iannarone 1 Sep 16
Replying to @extramsg
Yup, it is. Because there were a variety of folks, from diverse backgrounds, residing in a range of conditions
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Mike Benner 2 Sep 16
This is Craig A. Homeless since 1986. Had been living in Lambert Field. Not sure where now.
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Maggie Vespa KGW 2 Sep 16
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