Portland Plan Fair at De La Salle goes "south of the border" - March 11, 2011
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Last Thursday night at De La Salle North Catholic High School, the Portland Plan Fair had a decidedly Latin flair; the food, music and participants all reflected Portland's growing Latino population. Bilingual staff and interpreters were on hand to accommodate Spanish speakers and include them in the process of developing the Portland Plan. Representatives from the Mexican Consulate were also there, enjoying the energy and excitement of the event.


This round of Portland Plan outreach is about sharing the draft strategies for Education, Economic Prosperity & Affordability, Healthy Connected Neighborhoods, as well as an Equity Initiative. For more information about the strategies and the initiative in Spanish language, please click on the brochure below.


Curbsider in Spanish

Make your voice count.

If you didn't attend a fair and you'd like to learn more, read about the strategies and initiative. To fill out a survey about each one of the strategies and the initiative, please click the links below. The more people who fill these out, the better the plan will be.

Check out the pictures and video from the event. It was fun!


More pictures from the Portland Plan Fair at De La Salle from PheonixLotus Productions on Picasa.

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