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Portland needs $75M for road, street safety improvements

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Friday, February 21, 2014

One proposal is to have taxpayers pay a monthly street maintenance fee of five dollars.

City Commissioner Steve Novick said he thinks taxpayers will be willing to do this because “safety is a high priority.”

Read more at Portland Tribune

 

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0 #1 RE: Portland needs $75M for road, street safety improvementsGuest 2014-02-21 19:24:49
Stop worrying about how to get a new bridge built to Washington and clean up your own city streets!
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