Governor Tina Kotek and Co-Chair Dan McMillan, president and CEO of The Standard, released a set of 10 priority recommendations from the Portland Central City Task Force to be carried out in early 2024

Bend, OR – According to the statement, they’ve also released a long term strategic vision for economic prosperity for the region and, by extension, the entire state.

Governor Kotek reportedly said:

“Confronting our most pressing challenges requires the hope and fortitude of an entire community. Over the course of the last four months, members of the task force, the broader Portland community, and people across Oregon who know Portland’s success is a bellwether for the entire state have contributed to this effort in ways large and small, and I am incredibly grateful.

We have a set of concrete recommendations, some the first of their kind, others that tap into Portland’s strengths in innovation, collaboration, art, and culture. The reward for a strong start is more work. I am committed to this effort and excited to see this work unfold.”

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