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  1. Dyann Dukelow
    February 26, 2014 @ 10:19 pm

    My street (NE 50th Ave) has been especially effected by these hideous monstrosities. These builders are tearing down affordable housing in a good school district. As soon as a house is up for sale, they buy it, put in their tell-tale Honey Bucket, and tear it down. They build on almost every inch of property. These are lovely 1920s-30s homes that are indeed better built than the chop shop crap that these builders are putting up. Portland better wake up now and raise bloody hell before all of it’s middle class neighborhoods become just another unaffordable, West Coast destination.

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  2. ofni.1511033085swen-1511033085rats@1511033085snikr1511033085epdet1511033085
    March 11, 2014 @ 8:56 pm

    I just got word from Al Ellis that this house will be demolished tomorrow:

    “Sorry to report that I just received word from the developer and the Bureau of Development Services that the house on 35th Place that BWNA and residents have been trying to save from destruction during the past few months will be totally demolished tomorrow (Wed. the 12th). We move on from here to network with other neighborhood associations around the city in an effort to urge the Mayor and the City Council to revise the building code.”

    Al Ellis, BWNA President

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