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Apple adds 50,000 square feet of Portland area office space

Apple adds 50,000 square feet of Portland area office space

The tech giant is leasing a 50,000 square foot building just outside Tualatin Hills Nature Park
Blumenauer calls for tax on commercial space travel

Blumenauer calls for tax on commercial space travel

Earl Blumenauer's SPACE Tax would tax space travel for non-scientific research purposes
Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

Oregon pushes to help people find jobs as federal benefits…

In-person meetings will supplement telephone calls and online help for job seekers in a recovering economy.
Portland aims to slash 100 day building permit lag by 1/3

Portland aims to slash 100 day building permit lag by 1/3

The city's Bureau of Development Services has released a new set of objectives to accomplish the task.
Portland Rep. Blumenauer launches space tourism tax proposal

Portland Rep. Blumenauer launches space tourism tax proposal

On the same day Jeff Bezos pierced the sky, the Oregon Democrat introduced the idea of taxing non-scientific space flights on a per-passenger basis.
Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic downturn

Women, minorities, young affected most in pandemic downturn

Employment Department report finds implications for Oregon economic recovery now under way.
Applications open now for 81 affordable units in Tigard

Applications open now for 81 affordable units in Tigard

Metro, the regional goverment, has neared the finish line for the first housing project funded by its 2018 bond.
Shot in the arm for O'Bryant Square

Shot in the arm for O'Bryant Square

As workers return to downtown Portland, clearing litter becomes a gateway to rethinking public space
Financing the future

Financing the future

COLUMN: KEEP OREGON MOVING Oregon Department of Transportation is looking for new ways to fund transportation.
Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce

Pandemic makes a big impact on Oregon workforce

Survey says many Oregonians seek better opportunities, more job security as labor market heats up.
Grocers push to put liquor sales on 2022 ballot

Grocers push to put liquor sales on 2022 ballot

A majority of Oregonians support a proposal to sell liquor in grocery stores, but two previous ballot fights failed.
Oregon unemployment drops 0.2%

Oregon unemployment drops 0.2%

Oregon's unemployment rate has declined each month this year, but the national rate just went up to 5.9%
Trump tariffs and Texas freeze forcing up prices

Trump tariffs and Texas freeze forcing up prices

Amid rising construction costs, industry calls for tariff relief, help with supply chain
New heat rules for construction workers

New heat rules for construction workers

With temperatures hotter than Texas, employers must do more to protect workers from extreme heat.
Water now flows from Washington Park reservoir in Portland

Water now flows from Washington Park reservoir in Portland

The Water Bureau has filled both underground vaults with drinking water, but finishing touches won't be done until 2025.
Brown orders immediate OSHA heat safety rules

Brown orders immediate OSHA heat safety rules

The Oregon governor acts on the same day the heat-related death toll rises to 107 statewide and 67 in Multnomah County.
Last chance to get a Nissan 370Z

Last chance to get a Nissan 370Z

if you want a new or certified used classic Nissan sports car before they're gone forever into the collector market, the time buy one is now.
Hawthorne Bridge closed 3 a.m, to noon July 13-16

Hawthorne Bridge closed 3 a.m, to noon July 13-16

Hawthorne Bridge inspection and repairs will impact traffic the week of July 12
Down to the wire

Down to the wire

Pacific Power will shift underwater power cable from mud to concrete tube in 2022
Lawmakers OK more than $700 million for housing needs

Lawmakers OK more than $700 million for housing needs

They go beyond immediate crises of evictions and foreclosures to boost housing supply and homeownership.
Back to work? Not so fast

Back to work? Not so fast

Staff will need coaxing with perks, benefits, safety and culture to come back to the Portland office, especially in trash-strewn downtown.
Tigard plans $3.5M public plaza to revitalize downtown

Tigard plans $3.5M public plaza to revitalize downtown

Designs for the plaza - which includes input from 60 design advisors - involve a water feature and overhead canopy.
Water crisis is all about pipes

Water crisis is all about pipes

State, federal governments called upon to invest in critical water infrastructure needs.
Oak Lodge/Gladstone libraries to begin design development…

Oak Lodge/Gladstone libraries to begin design development…

Clackamas County hiring contractors to give feedback on plans before construction begins
Amazon weighs in on Woodburn plans

Amazon weighs in on Woodburn plans

Amazon's planned Woodburn fulfillment center will serve retail customers throughout the general region
Lolo Pass enters hostel territory

Lolo Pass enters hostel territory

New hipster hotel on East Burnside hopes to ride the reopening tiger with a combination of budget accommodations and appeal to locals
Burnside Skatepark and bike lanes figure in bridge budget

Burnside Skatepark and bike lanes figure in bridge budget

The Burnside Bridge replacement project is undergoing some tentative cost cutting even before it is designed in 2022.
Bill requires utilities to generate carbon-free power by…

Bill requires utilities to generate carbon-free power by…

Lawmakers send plan to Gov. Brown to eliminate greenhouse gases by Oregon's two big utilities.
CDC extends evictions moratorium by one month to July 31

CDC extends evictions moratorium by one month to July 31

Tenants urged to apply for rental assistance, proof of which they can show to landlords for a 60-day respite.
Lawmakers delay Oregon paid family leave program

Lawmakers delay Oregon paid family leave program

Bill puts off contributions by one year, benefit payments by eight months, from deadlines set in 2019.

Tax dispute stalls march to close of Oregon…

Tax dispute stalls march to close of Oregon…
Senate OKs aviation fuel levies, but forest products harvest taxes are in limbo in fight with the House.

Blumenauer Bridge move delayed

Blumenauer Bridge move delayed
Freeway will now be open the July 9 weekend as train woes push installation of the Congressman Earl Blumenauer Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridge.

State plan gives Oregon employers payroll tax relief

State plan gives Oregon employers payroll tax relief
Lawmakers clear bill that pares increases, allows forgiveness of some amounts.

New Oregon recycling plan awaits Gov. Brown's OK

New Oregon recycling plan awaits Gov. Brown's OK
Bill requires makers of plastics, paper, other materials to help reduce, reuse and recycle waste.

Bill would leave intact tax by Forest Resources…

Bill would leave intact tax by Forest Resources…
Senate changes skirt controversy, but House also has to approve forest products harvest tax rates.

Lawmakers OK new class of dental therapists

Lawmakers OK new class of dental therapists
Oregon would join eight other states to create mid-level positions under a bill headed to Gov. Brown.

Tigard plans $3.5M public plaza to revitalize…

Tigard plans $3.5M public plaza to revitalize…
Designs for the plaza - which includes input from 60 design advisors - involve a water feature and overhead canopy.

High price of lumber won't stop St. Helens business…

High price of lumber won't stop St. Helens business…
Eric Dahlgren, owner of Dahlgren's Building Supply, sees lumber prices lowering a bit.

Advantis Credit Union breaks ground on Oregon City…

Advantis Credit Union breaks ground on Oregon City…
New campus to consolidate three corporate offices into 76,211-square-foot building on 12 acres

Capitol Highway work to slow Portland traffic for…

Capitol Highway work to slow Portland traffic for…
$27.5 million infrastructure project will see roadway construction in Southwest Portland through late 2022

Beaverton West End District welcomes its first…

Beaverton West End District welcomes its first…
The 424-unit apartment complex also features ground-level retail space and nearby transit connections.

Talking about suicide

Talking about suicide
Construction industry leaders are working to confront the prevalence of suicide in their industry, while offering support and resources.

Columns, views and functionality

Columns, views and functionality
COLUMN: Brian Libby's PORTLAND ARCHITECTURE The Multnomah County Central Courthouse is a vastly improved user experience, with moments of beauty…

Portland Business Alliance calls for an end to…

Portland Business Alliance calls for an end to…
Portland companies and nonprofits call for an end to bigoted and anti-democratic movements and pledge to defund them.

OReGO's per mile fees prepare us for the future

OReGO's per mile fees prepare us for the future
COLUMN: KEEP OREGON MOVING With gas tax revenue continually fading a better funding source is desperately needed.

Fred Meyer's track and scan plan for Portland

Fred Meyer's track and scan plan for Portland
On June 22, Google Maps and Fred Meyer will be able to see pick-up shoppers coming, if they opt in

Electrical apprenticeship sparks success and…

Electrical apprenticeship sparks success and…
Estacada electrician says her career wouldn't have been possible without her NECA-IBEW apprenticeship

Tenants get reprieve, landlords get money under new…

Tenants get reprieve, landlords get money under new…
Legislative committee OKs bill to shield renters from eviction and guarantee landlords past-due rents.

Enterprise zone lures $1 billion in investment to…

Enterprise zone lures $1 billion in investment to…
Gresham City Council mulls more requirements, backs bill in Salem that would delay employment levels during pandemic recovery

Hardesty, Blue Lives Matter firm clash over…

Hardesty, Blue Lives Matter firm clash over…
Oregon Concrete Solutions owner Chris Collins says the Portland Bureau of Transportation will not renew a contract. The city denies that claim.

Second suit alleges racist workplace at Oregon…

Second suit alleges racist workplace at Oregon…
Former Civil Rights Division investigator Shaina Pomerantz files lawsuit against Oregon's Bureau of Labor & Industries.

ToolBelt raises $2.5M for hooking up builders

ToolBelt raises $2.5M for hooking up builders
Hiring app to expand presence to California as it seeks to simplify how tradespeople, contractors match up for projects.

Plan would give Oregon tenants 60-day relief from…

Plan would give Oregon tenants 60-day relief from…
Pending amendment requires them to show landlords they seek rental assistance that's now available.

Advantis Credit Union breaks ground on Oregon City…

Advantis Credit Union breaks ground on Oregon City…
New campus to consolidate three corporate offices into 76,211-square-foot building on 12 acres

A passenger ferry from St. Johns to downtown will…

A passenger ferry from St. Johns to downtown will…
The Frog Ferry pilot program will take passengers from St Johns to downtown Portland in 25 minutes; other stops to follow.

Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in…

Legislature votes to continue to-go cocktails in…
Service began as an economic lifeline for restaurants and bars during pandemic; new start date is Jan. 1.

Bike-ped bridge is an uphill struggle in OC and WL

Bike-ped bridge is an uphill struggle in OC and WL
A bike and pedestrian only bridge linking Oregon City to West Linn is many years away as cities wait to see what developers will do

Divided House curbs Oregon Forest Resources…

Divided House curbs Oregon Forest Resources…
Bill would add board members, divert forest products taxes from agency under media scrutiny in 2020.

House delays start of paid family leave in Oregon

House delays start of paid family leave in Oregon
Bill would reset timelines to 2023 to allow more time for Employment Department preparation.

Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine…

Oregon ends prescription for pseudoephedrine…
New law, which starts Jan. 1, still keeps them behind the counter and requires photo ID for purchases.

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