Portland city council consider delaying street fee vote


If approved, the fee would bring in an estimated $40 million in net revenue during the first five years.

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If approved, the fee would bring in an estimated $40 million in net revenue during the first five years.

Public opposition to the street fee started to mount in recent weeks, with thechamber of commerce saying the city was moving too quickly on its plans, and lobbyists representing grocers and petroleum customers pledging to refer the fee to voters in the fall.

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