On Sept. 30, the Board of County Commissioners proclaimed October 2021 as Oregon Archives Month as a way to bring the county’s written history to the people. Plans include a tour and more.
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The Multnomah County Health Department today issued a YELLOW air quality advisory asking people to avoid burning wood, starting at noon today, October 4th, 2021.
This year’s theme — “Be the one to:” — raises awareness about the ways people can support others in getting help and finding hope.
The victim is a 5 feet 4 inch, White male in his early 30s, weighing 149 pounds. He has brown eyes and dark brown. He has a “JJR” tattoo on his left arm and a cross tattoo on his right shoulder.
Health officials also ask people to skip all unnecessary fires, even on days there are no burn restrictions
The next scheduled election is the November 2, 2021 Special Election. Get #VoteReady on National Voter Registration Day!
The update comes as tenants who applied for rent assistance in July approach the end of their 90-day eviction protections.
In recognition of an urgent need for action, Multnomah County leaders today announced new hires, investments and collaboration — including new prosecutors, and expanded community partnerships.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Multnomah County Medical Examiner’s Office at 503-988-0055
About 380,000 residents are expected to receive the text over several days. It is part of a multi-pronged effort to keep people housed by telling them how to get help.
Commissioner Stegmann’s East County Issues Forum regularly features local guests on a wide range of topics.
This year’s theme, “Recovery is for everyone,” sheds light on how anyone can experience substance use disorder, and anyone can achieve recovery.