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September 16, 2020

Ordinance Number

 *726      Temporarily require Relocation Assistance, as outlined in City Code Section 30.01.085, for any rent increase, if after receiving a rent Increase Notice, a Tenant notifies a Landlord that they are unable to pay the increased rent and that they will be terminating their rental agreement  (Ordinance)  20 minutes requested

 

Motion to extend the timeline to protect households that receive rent increases for the duration of the City’s COVID state of emergency: Moved by Eudaly and seconded by Hardesty.  Motion withdrawn.

Motion to amend paragraph 19 and directives a, b and c of the ordinance as introduced to strike the date January 1, 2021 and replace it with March 31, 2021: Moved by Eudaly and seconded by Hardesty.  (Y-5)

Motion to amend paragraph 19 and directives a, b and c of the ordinance as introduced to strike the date September 1, 2020 and replace it with September 16, 2020: Moved by Hardesty and seconded by Fritz.  (Y-5)

Passed Y-5

190122

As Amended

August 12, 2020

Ordinance Number

 654      TIME CERTAIN: 9:45 AM – Amend the Comprehensive Plan, Comprehensive Plan Map, Zoning Map, Title 33 Planning and Zoning and Title 30 Affordable Housing, to revise the Single-Dwelling Residential designations and base zones  (Second Reading Agenda 648 introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Code Title 33 and Portland Comprehensive Plan and Zoning Maps, and Title 30)  45 minutes requested

Please visit the Residential Infill Project webpage for related documents, https://www.portland.gov/bps/rip/residential-infill-project-documents

Passed Y-3; N-1 Fritz

190093

As Amended

July 29, 2020

Resolution Number

633        TIME CERTAIN: 3:30 PM – Refer a Charter Amendment to voters at the November 3, 2020 General Election to authorize a new police oversight system  (Resolution introduced by Commissioner Hardesty)  90 minutes requested

Motion to amend Resolution to add “and those who have experienced mental illness, addiction, or alcoholism”; amend Exhibit A to add “from diverse communities and with diverse lived experiences”, and add “mental illness, addiction, or alcoholism”; amend Question in Exhibit B to replace “policy oversight board” with “police oversight board”, and remove the word “agents”: Moved by Hardesty and seconded by Fritz.  (Y-4)

Please visit the November 2020 City-Referred Measures webpage for related documents, https://www.portlandoregon.gov/auditor/article/764065 

Passed Y-4

37499

As Amended

July 22, 2020

Resolution Number

615      Refer amendment to the City Charter regarding Public use of City Lands for Permissive Secondary Purposes  (Resolution)  15 minutes requested

Motion to accept amended Resolution and Ballot Title and revised Impact Statement: Moved by Fritz and seconded by Hardesty.  (Y-4)

Please visit the November 2020 City-Referred Measures webpage for related documents, https://www.portlandoregon.gov/auditor/article/764065 

Passed Y-4

37495

As Amended

July 22, 2020

Resolution Number

 616      TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM – Refer to the voters a five-year local option tax levy for the November 3, 2020 General Election to restore recreation programs and protect parks and natural areas  (Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  90 minutes requested

Please visit the November 2020 City-Referred Measures webpage for related documents, https://www.portlandoregon.gov/auditor/article/764065 

Passed Y-3; Hardesty absent

37498

June 30, 2020

Resolution Number

511       TIME CERTAIN: 6:30 PM Declare that along with the COVID-19 pandemic that has created a public health and economic crisis, a human-made climate emergency also threatens our city, our region, our state, our nation, humanity and the natural world, and that such an emergency calls for an immediate mobilization effort initiating greater action, resources, collaboration and new approaches to restore a safe climate  (Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler, Commissioners Eudaly, Fritz and Hardesty)  2 hours requested

 Passed Y-4

37494

As Amended

 

 

March 25, 2020

Ordinance Number

*244  Amend the FY 2019-20 budget to include appropriations for funds to support City services during the COVID-19 State of Emergency. (Ordinance)

Passed Y-4

189903

March 25, 2020

Ordinance Number

*245  Authorize a Letter of Agreement between the City and the following City unions: The District Council of Trade Unions, comprised of: AFSCME Local 189, IBEW Local 48, Machinists and Aerospace Workers, District Lodge 24 Auto Mechanics, District Lodge 24 Operating Engineers, Local 701 Plumbers, Local 290 Painters and Allied Trades, District Council 5; Laborers’ International Union of North America Local 483; and Professional Technical Employees, Local 17 to establish a temporary agreement during the COVID-19 State of Emergency  (Ordinance)

Passed Y-4

189904

March 18, 2020

Ordinance Number

*236-1  Adopt emergency temporary moratorium on evictions due to nonpayment of rent for residential tenants where the failure to pay rent results from wage loss due to COVID-19  (Ordinance)

Passed Y-4

189890