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Friday, February 07, 2014

The Portland Development Commission will contribute nearly $1 million to relocate Right 2 Dream Too.

"They are making a gracious contribution to find a suitable site for Right 2 Dream Too," Fritz said of the Pearl developers Thursday. The bulk of that money, $846,000, will be allocated to help R2D2 rent, buy or lease a new home. Any money left over will also be devoted to helping the homeless, according to Fritz, the building and development services commissioner.

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