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Portland Regional Planning History

How has the Portland area grown and how will it grow in the future? It's a timely question for public policy analysts, local residents, and community activists. To help answer this and other questions, analysts and activists alike can make use of the Oregon Sustainable Community Digital Library, which is a central online repository for the collection and dissemination of key urban planning documents on the Portland Metropolitan area. The funds for this project came from an Institute of Museum and Library Services grant, and Portland State University's Millar Library is the project's lead grant participant. On the site, visitors can check out the "Most Recent Additions" area, and then use the "Interactive Map" to search by neighborhood or region. Here they will find planning documents, feasibility studies, urban transportation planning studies, and minutes from charrettes and other gatherings. Also, visitors can browse by thematic collection area, which include "City Club of Portland", "African Americans", and "Equity Planning".
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October 29th, 2010
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October 29th, 2010 at 8:18am
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October 29th, 2010 at 3:51pm
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