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|Thursday, February 18, 2010|
Portlanders are offering their own ideas to get the city out of its economic doldrums.
Among them: a "Portland Green 500," mirroring the Indianapolis 500, that would focus on alternative-energy car races and make Portland a hotspot for those kinds of vehicles.
Read the full story at the Portland Tribune.
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