Discussion in 'Blazers OT Forum' started by Rastapopoulos, Jul 16, 2020.
What gang are your in-laws in?
AARP cript killaz
This post also belongs in the LO, Tualatin, Gresham, Hillsboro, and Fontana, CA threads, among others, FAMS!
They'll all soon be homeless in Portland.
HCP has empty bedrooms, brah!
I think we call that the 'waiting area'.
After doing some digging, there really isn't alot of details of the spending breakdown. The various topics are named, but not in details that i would like to know, in order to give a solid, in depth opinion.
With that said, they hit all the points i think they need to, to be successful. All thats left is how its implemented, the homeless are tracked and put into proper placements for their individual needs.
It reads as though its in their hands to fuck up a good thing. Lets hope they implement the programs in the right order, to minimize circlejerks and extra expenditures. due to repetition. If run right it seems like it could be a successful, cost effective program that breeds self sufficiency within those who receive the help.
That’s not Portland.
Downtown tourism ‘roaring back’ amid COVID recovery, Travel Portland says
Oregon Senate holds first committee hearing for rent control bill
I hope this passes. But I fear the rent is already too high in Portland as these heartless a-holes have waited far too long to introduce this bill.
I have a friend I am currently helping to keep from becoming homeless. So this issue is important to me. If nobody else likes it, they can straight up go screw themselves.
So much can be done in the way of PR and marketing the City.
First look inside The People’s Courts, Portland’s soon-to-open pickleball/bar project
Right? There’s NO way this can be true.
Im a believer in positive re-enforcement for anything or anyone. You have been one to bring up positive things with regards to the City of Roses. I appreciate that. There's room for improvement for all things, and it takes a positive attitude and approach, with a plan to make a diffrence.
I had allowed a personal incident to somewhat steal my admiration for the downtown area, for a period, but have regain it back, because I have so many great memories of the area as a youngster and adult. I looking forward to spending more time downtown and around this spring and summer.
My rent is going up 25.3% in May. Good thing I'm getting a 3% raise at work! That'll cover the increased rent and rising costs of literally everything else..
Move to Seattle, SF or LA and let us know how things are there.
No thanks. Hopefully I'll be moving away from Portland in the next couple years, but I wouldn't choose any of those places.
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