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News Roundtable: February 12, 2016 | Transportation Talk | Film Fest


A Washington County Sheriff's vehicle blocks the road leading to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The 41-day armed occupation of the refuge ended Thursday, Feb. 11.

A Washington County Sheriff’s vehicle blocks the road leading to the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The 41-day armed occupation of the refuge ended Thursday, Feb. 11.

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  • We muse over some of the week’s top stories with our rotating panel of news watchers. This week Barbara Dudley, Paul Gronke, and Rob Kremer take on the end of the Harney County occupation and more.

 

 

  • Then we catch up with David Bragdon, former Metro president. We’ll talk about the history of Portland’s sustainable transportation progress through the 1960s and 1970s, and hear where Portland stands today as other major U.S. cities have started to catch up.

 

 

  • Finally we’ll catch a preview of the Portland International Film Festival from local film critic Marc Mohan.

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