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Friday, February 14, 2014

The city will participate in the Urban Land Institute fellowship program.

A group of out-of town developers, city planners and chamber of commerce types thinks Portland's Central Eastside district is something special.

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales and other City Hall brass listened to a two-hour presentation Thursday from the outsiders, who gave their advice about how the Rose City should develop the Central Eastside.

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