Comment of the Week

Comment of the Week: A calm take on Arleta Triangle Plaza

Welcome to the Comment of the Week, where we highlight good comments in order to inspire more of them. You can help us choose our next one by replying with “comment of the week” to any comment you think deserves recognition. Please note: These selections are not endorsements. I’ve noticed that our weekly bins of … Read more


Comment of the Week: Bystander death and the ‘cost of doing business’

Welcome to the Comment of the Week, where we highlight good comments in order to inspire more of them. You can help us choose our next one by replying with “comment of the week” to any comment you think deserves recognition. Please note: These selections are not endorsements. We ended the week with a post … Read more


Comment of the Week: GHG and the power of government regulation

Welcome to the Comment of the Week, where we highlight good comments in order to inspire more of them. You can help us choose our next one by replying with “comment of the week” to any comment you think deserves recognition. Our Activists want ‘Deeds not words’ as Portland adopts climate work plan post garnered … Read more


Comment of the Week: Waiting for trains

Trains were all the rage last week, and I’m beginning to think that good comments travel in packs. Readers’ response to Taylor Griggs’s article, City will seek federal grant to study southeast train crossing delays, was strikingly knowledgeable. Portland is lucky to have such well-informed residents. Out of the crowd, Ruth’s comment stood out because … Read more