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Portland Parks & Recreation Polling Shows the Bureau Pondering Two Tax Measures for November

Posted on: July 29th, 2020

The options: a $700 million capital bond or a five-year, $220 million operating levy. The latter is more likely.

….”The second option the pollster, FM3 Research, tested is “a $44 million-per-year, five-year temporary operating levy to prevent ongoing reductions to Portland Parks & Recreation services and programs, including keeping neighborhood parks clean and green and providing lifesaving swim lessons and fitness, arts and senior programs, environmental education, and a summer playground program serving free lunches to children in need.”….

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