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that looks more like Waterfront Park and not Mt. Tabor.


I don’t think traditional Chinese medicine is powerful enough to heal what ails Portland’s city government. Maybe a 100-foot tall IV bottle of Sodium Pentothal atop the City Hall would start the “flow” of information and the healing process.

City Planners and City Council, why is there still no video posted of the Portland City Council meeting from last week (4-22) discussing code change recommendations from Planning? In comparison, video from 4-21 was posted 4-22.


The needles are working.
Video of 4-22 Council meeting posted today!
Better late qi than no qi.

Celeste B.

tundrahdeser, read the whole article

James West

So Portland stands tall for BIG PLACEBO!


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