Second Portland streetcar goes into service

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Portland Steetcar has been testing the long awaited car since January.

 

Oregon LNG applies for federal permit

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Backers of a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal near the mouth of the Columbia River say that approval would preempt opposition from Clatsop County.

 

Polaris offers lab services to battery startups

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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

A new Beaverton-based manufacturing and testing lab might even the playing field for U.S. battery companies.

 

Liquor surcharge would boost state budget

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Oregon liquor authorities will vote Wednesday morning on whether to add a 25-cent-a-bottle surcharge to the price of spirits.

 

Portland collects more than $7M in arts tax

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The deadline to pay Portland’s Arts Tax on time has passed.

 

EV driving costs 96 cents per gallon, DOE website says

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A new U.S. government tool shows a typical EV in Oregon could go as far on 96 cents worth of electricity as a similar vehicle could on a gallon of unleaded gasoline.

 

Pacific Seafood to relocate at Tongue Point

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The Pacific Coast Seafood employees will be temporarily relocating to the Del Mar Seafoods facility at North Tongue Point by the end of the week.

 
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