Clackamas County board of commissioners vote to place LO Streetcar “on hold” until 2012.
From The Oregonian:
The controversial, $458 million Lake Oswego to Portland streetcar project appears to be on hold to allow the project team time to respond to a series of questions and concerns from the two cities.
At the request of Lake Oswego Mayor Jack Hoffman, Clackamas County commissioners this morning postponed until early 2012 a resolution that would have offered the board’s conditional support to the streetcar recommendation. Hoffman said he spoke with Portland Mayor Sam Adams earlier this morning and the two planned to send Clackamas County and other project partners a letter in coming days.
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