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The Portland Utility Board

 

The Portland Utility Board (PUB) is a 9-member citizen oversight body that strengthens accountability and transparency at our two public utilities: the Bureau of Environmental Services and the Portland Water Bureau. The PUB replaces the Public Utility Review Board and the individual utility Budget Advisory Committees. 

 

The PUB will meet year-round and oversee financial plans, capital improvements, annual budget development, and rate settings of the City's water, sewer and stormwater services. They will report directly to City Council.

 

The independent City Budget Office staffs the PUB - visit their website to view the meeting schedule, follow the PUB in action, and see meeting materials and minutes: www.portlandoregon.gov/cbo/68272

 


 

Portland Utility Board Ordinance and Exhibit A

 

 

PUB Member Bios

 


 

City of Portland Announces Proposed Members of the Portland Utility Board
News Release

 

Commissioner Fish introduces ordinance to create the Portland Utility Board

News Release

 

Inaugural members chosen for Portland Utility Board

Steve Law in the Portland Tribune

 

City of Portland Announces Proposed Members of the Portland Utility Board

Christen McCurdy in the Skanner

 

Remember When Everyone Was Mad About Water Rates Last Year? Here's What Came Of It

Dirk VanderHart in the Portland Mercury

 

Unprecedented transparency for Portland utilities? Commissioner Nick Fish says so

Brad Schmidt in The Oregonian

 

Fish wants 9-person Portland Utility Board

Chris Woodard and KOIN News Staff

 

Portland reworks its utility oversight panels

Steve Law in the Portland Tribune

 

Portlanders could get bigger say on city water, environmental issues

Andy Giegerich in the Portland Business Journal

 

Fish submits ordinance to create Portland Utility Board

Jim Redden in the Portland Tribune