In addition to its mailing list, Progressive Portland maintains an active social media presence.
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5 days ago ·
Heads up, District 4 progressive community people:Hey District 4! I’m getting everything in order for our annual district meeting and I want to hear from you! These meetings, which are hosted by the district councilor, are a unique opportunity for constituents to engage directly with elected officials and City staff. I’ll make sure at-large councilors @councilorpious @counciloraf (also the soon to be at-large councilor elect) and mayor @katesnyderportland are there, too! 😉What days of the week are best for you? It will be a remote meeting from 6:30-8pm some time in November or early December. Comment below or email email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago ·
Heads up, progressive community peeps:Next week - save the date, 10/21! Join City and MaineDOT staff for a site walk 🚶 and community meeting to discuss the Libbytown Safety and Accessibility Project. This meeting will be an opportunity to identify and discuss issues for the design process and approach for the reconfiguration of Park Avenue and Congress Street. Both are recommended to be converted to two-way streets where they are currently one-way. Accompanying changes include: intersections, bikeways, streetscapes/pedestrian-ways and bus stops. 🚲 🌳 🚌Learn more: www.portlandmaine.gov/2081/Transportation-Master-Planning. #PortlandMe ... See MoreSee Less
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