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Portland to host street fee town hall Tuesday morning

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The town hall is intended to discuss what the street fee would mean for businesses, nonprofits and other institutions.

The two town halls offer the first public opportunity for community members to face Hales and Novick and ask questions since the politicians put their street fee proposal on the back burner in the wake of a nearly six hour public hearing earlier this month.

 

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