Jules Bailey (left) and Ted Wheeler have been making the rounds at candidates’ forums. This month they will debate Northwest Portland issues in a NW Examiner-sponsored event. Photo by Julie Keefe

Jules Bailey (left) and Ted Wheeler have been making the rounds at candidates’ forums. This month they will debate Northwest Portland issues in a NW Examiner-sponsored event. Photo by Julie Keefe

Mayoral hopefuls square off Feb. 17

Allan Classen

NW Examiner sponsoring Bailey-Wheeler debate at Northwest Neighborhood Cultural Center

Ominous message in truck-train fire

Allan Classen

Eight rail cars holding liquid asphalt sustained heavy fire damage but did not rupture. Had they been carrying oil, the director of Portland Emergency Management, said, “It would have been a different story.” Photo by Thacher Schmid

Eight rail cars holding liquid asphalt sustained heavy fire damage but did not rupture. Had they been carrying oil, the director of Portland Emergency Management, said, “It would have been a different story.” Photo by Thacher Schmid

Emergency Management chief considers Linnton unsafe for habitation

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Jordan Schnitzer told a standing-room audience, “In a year and a half, we were never allowed to meet with the citizens and show you what we’re so excited about.” Photo by Wes Mahan

Jordan Schnitzer told a standing-room audience, “In a year and a half, we were never allowed to meet with the citizens and show you what we’re so excited about.” Photo by Wes Mahan

Spurned Centennial Mills developer has his say

by Donald R. Nelson

Jordan Schnitzer holds forum to share his ideas for the historical property

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