“Our fast-growing region faces new challenges than when Metro was established 50 years ago. Land use and transportation planning, parks and open space management, and other core Metro functions remain critical, but we must also play a critical role addressing the housing and homelessness crisis, taking on the impacts of climate change, investing in aging infrastructure, and assisting in an equitable economic recovery for all.
I’m running for re-election because there is still important work to do. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the people of this region, and I hope to earn your vote.” – Lynn
The Portland Metro Council, whose reach extends over a three county region (Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas), has its fingers in a lot of pies—land … Read More
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In her State of the Region address to the Portland City Club on Jan. 21, Metro President Lynn Peterson said visible progress is on the way — … Read More