Business owners voice homeless concerns to city leaders City leaders held a special meeting for downtown businesses Cole Miller and KOIN 6 News Staff Published: November 21, 2017, 6:18 pm Updated: November 21, 2017, 6:19 pm Lloyd Center general manager speaks about security costs due to homeless issues in Portland.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Nine men were arrested during a sting operation orchestrated by the Inter-Agency Child Exploitation Prevention Team on in Clackamas County Nov. 17-19. The “Operation Kidsafe” involved specially trained law enforcement professionals posing as minors to set up meeting with adults seeking sex. When the men arrived at the meeting place, they were greeted by law enforcement officers.
PRINEVILLE, Ore. (KOIN) — For 25 years, Sam Bousfield worked as an architect, turning ideas into a reality. He created and tinkered with possibilities. Under his guidance, visions became tangible. Then, 9 years ago, Bousfield combined his profession with his passion, concocting a creation that even he calls, “pretty wild.” He wasn’t sure, at the time, if he could pull it off. But after some market research, and as designs turned to prototypes, they started to change their mind.
@davidminpdx If by "mindlessly amplifying" you mean simply tweeting what they're saying, then sure. They own biz downtown (hate urban life?) and many want to see these people transition out of homelessness
I️ had hoped to chat with @tedwheeler afterwards, his spokesperson tells me starting soon, parts of downtown labeled “high ped zones” won’t be allowed for overnight camping, incl sidewalks/doorways #KOIN6News
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