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|Thursday, June 25, 2009|
Portland has plans for urban renewal that allowed for moving the Beavers' baseball stadium, but public opinion has blocked two of the possibilities. It's not the first time that well-intentioned city planners failed to get the public on board with their plans.
Read the full story in The Portland Tribune.
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