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|Thursday, June 10, 2010|
What happened to affordable housing on South Waterfront? Tax dollars and Portland Development Commission money has gone to the area's developers, but not a single unit of affordable housing has been built.
Developer preferences, the recession, and constantly changing plans have contributed to the stalling of the project.
Read more at the Oregonian.
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