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Most Portlanders understand the connection between a robust local economy and a healthy, prosperous community. We know that the quality of education, the environment, housing and civic life is enhanced when Portland's businesses can thrive and provide jobs.

 

To hear the voice of the business community and to get their feedback on the draft strategies, the Portland Plan team is holding a Business Forum on Friday, April 29. Business leaders and others are invited to share their insights and opinions during the early morning event. Coffee and pastries will be served.

postcardPortland Plan Business Forum

Friday, April 29, 2011
7:30–9:30 a.m.
NW Natural, 220 NW 2nd Avenue
4th Floor Hospitality Room

Agenda

7:30–8 a.m. - Coffee and networking
8–9:30 a.m. - Portland Plan overview, feedback and Q&A

 

The Portland Plan will be the city’s road map for the next 25 years, guiding our decisions and investments as Portland grows and changes. Input from a broad spectrum of the community has helped shaped the draft strategies addressing four key areas in the plan: 

  • Economic Prosperity and Affordability
  • Healthy Connected Neighborhoods
  • Education
  • Equity 

These draft strategies will be reviewed through mid-May, and then revised based on feedback from the community before they are included in the draft Portland Plan later this year. Don't miss your chance to give your input on the plan.

 

Learn about the draft strategies and tell us what you think at www.pdxplan.com or in person at the Portland Plan Business Forum on April 29.

 

For more information about the Portland Plan or the Business Forum, please call 503-823-7700.


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