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|Wednesday, March 17, 2010|
Portland currently faces a spending gap of $17 million to $20 million for 2010-11, and city bureaus are considering cutting back on essential city services to close the gap.
But the bureaus and Portland Mayor Sam Adams are also proposing 12 spending hikes, which total $2 million and are mostly opposed by the city's budget office.
Read the full story at Willamette Week.
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