Comments for: Tour highlights need for major $170 million sewer system overhaul in Portland

Posted May 31, 2012, at 6:08 p.m.
Last modified June 01, 2012, at 5:50 a.m.

PORTLAND | With Portland facing $170 million worth of work to its antiquated sewer system, explaining to homeowners and businesses that will pay for the work how the upgrades will improve the city is an important sell job. That’s why Portland city officials led a small group of reporters …

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  • Anonymous

    There appears to be a shortage of bouncy house’s in the area. Could be a correlation 

  • Anonymous

    ok….here’s the stupid photo caption comments of the daycontest:

    photo #1:    “Seriously, It was this big!”

    photo #2:     The search continues for the mysterious and elusive Baby Ruth bar……..

    photo #3:   “Folks, what we are going to do here is replace this with clear plexiglass pipe.  That way we can watch via video cam and find out where all that bad stuff that plugs up the system is coming from!”


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