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Linder

Nice post. I think you are right to question the conflict of interest.

Some people think publicly acknowledging a potential conflict of interest somehow clears an individual and an institution of the effects of that conflict. I don’t.

Eye Eyeball

Brian,
Strange but True:
Hospitals and religious organizations are the kingpins of demolition for significant buildings. Lake Oswego should have informed public groups of the demo weeks before......

pdxdoug

It's amusing to read your criticism of the OHS original building in the context of your defense of all things Belluschi. You must not be aware that the main OHS building that houses the Belluschi exhibit is itself a product of Belluschi's work as a design consultant with the firm of Wolff Zimmer Gunsul Frasca.

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