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  • They announced they’ll be pulling over plateless vehicles, and will be making warrant arrests if found during the stop. Guess where an additional influx of vagrancy vehicles are going to show up? https://twitter.com/VancouverPDUSA/status/1730760105790971973 1 post – 1 participant Read full topic
  • In Medieval era, repairs of facilities intended for use by serfs and peasants were not a priority compared to those intended for use by nobility and lords. Now in 2023, the hierarchy goes as: MONIED real estate developers > homeless services industry > automobile right of way >>> bicycle amenities. […]
  • City of Portland business license, or PBOT Temproary Street Use Permit show no records of permit having been issued for bicycle dismantling operations, thus such operations is declared illegal for not having required permit. (Happy, Jonathan? ) 1 post – 1 participant Read full topic
  • More bad news, limited action from PBOT. Why does Portland have some of the highest taxes in the nation with such poor services? Where is all this money going? KOIN.com – 28 Nov 23 ‘It’s a real concern’: Portland on pace for record number of fatal crashes in… Currently, the […]