On the latest episode of OPB Politics Now, reporters Lauren Dake and Alex Zielinski discuss the controversial idea from two Portland City Council members to ask voters to unwind the government overhaul package before it even took effect.
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Portland City Commissioner Rene Gonzalez is reversing course on a contentious effort to ask Portlanders to revise a voter-approved plan to overhaul the city’s form of government.
Portland City Council members will consider next week whether to place three separate measures on a November ballot. Each of the proposals, discussed Tuesday at a work session, would alter voter-approved changes to the city’s form of government.
Portland is in the midst of a historic government makeover set into motion by voters last fall. Yet, months before some of those changes are in place, some city officials are asking for a do over.