Sunday, March 9, 2014
The city gets a month extension to decide if it will appeal a court decision that struck down a ban against panhandling and standing on street medians.
A public hearing will take up the citizen petition to protect public land.
Lawmakers reject a bill to allow municipal monitoring and ask the state to report back on costs of adding annual oversight.
LePage says he reduced income taxes for low-income residents of ‘the liberals’ flagship city,’ but critics say revenue-sharing cuts raised property taxes.
The multifaceted plan calls for a higher minimum wage and new spending on business and education. His rivals for governor are unimpressed.
It’s aimed at sparking discussions with voters on how to move the state forward, a spokeswoman for the Democrat says.
Collateral damage to vehicles and property during storm cleanup costs cities thousands of dollars.
Keep Portland Livable files a lawsuit over city approval of four towers in Bayside.
The lawsuit mirrors a Massachusetts case now pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The grant that helps to fund the Health Care for Homeless budget expires at the end of April.