Also on this month’s ballot: a plan for growth in the recently incorporated city of Damascus. The comprehensive plan is part of a process for mapping out population growth and development. It was approved by a majority vote in the city council. The mayor voted against it and he’s not alone in his opposition. Damascans are at odds over how their town should grow and where development should be restricted.
Do you live in Damascus? What do you think of the comprehensive plan? How would you like to see your city grow?
Do you use the Sellwood Bridge? Do you worry about how safe it is? How do you think a replacement should be funded?
- Dan Holladay: Co-cheif petitioner for the referendum that put the Sellwood Bridge Replacement Fee on the ballot
- Jim Bernard: Clackamas County Commissioner
- Dean Apostol: Works with the Save Damascus campaign
- Josh Lattin: Chief petitioner for the referendum that put the comprehensive plan on the ballot