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  • Clackamas County (Or.); North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District; MIG, Inc.; Barney & Worth, Inc. (Clackamas County (Or.), 2004)
    The vision for North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District is: A well-functioning and well-maintained park system that enhances the quality of life by offering a diversity of recreational opportunities for people of all ...
  • Cottage Grove (Or.); Barney & Worth, Inc. (City of Cottage Grove (Or.), 2008-05)
    The action plan focuses on four main areas: Expanding and Integrating Community Networks, Enhancing Urban Places and Spaces, Investing in a Diverse and Sustainable Economy, and Preserving and Promoting Environmental ...
  • Gresham (Or.); Barney & Worth, Inc.; E.D. Hovee & Company; Tashman Johnson LLC (City of Gresham (Or.), 2001-11)
    The study finds that urban renewal can help Rockwood–West Gresham become a more competitive and desirable location for new commercial business, industry and housing by providing the means to: support development of vacant, ...
  • Portland Public Schools (Or.); Barney & Worth, Inc.; Portland (Or.). Bureau of Planning; Portland (Or.) (City of Portland (Or.), 2008-09)
    This report provides a snapshot of the Cully-Concordia landscape that can be used to inform and guide agencies, organizations, and individuals as they forge new partnerships to build stronger schools and a more ...
  • DAO Architecture, LLC; Portland (Or.); Portland Development Commission; Barney & Worth, Inc.; E.D. Hovee & Company (City of Portland (Or.), 2008-09)
    In late 2006, the North Old Town/Chinatown (NOTCT) Redevelopment Strategy was initiated by the Portland Development Commission (PDC), with the participation of a Stakeholder Advisory Committee consisting of area business ...
  • Redmond (Or.); Walker-Macy; Barney & Worth, Inc.; Steele Associates Architects; Hickman, Williams & Associates (City of Redmond (Or.), 2000-08)
    In August 1995, the Redmond City Council established an urban renewal district which includes the downtown area, the 5th and 6th Street corridor north of downtown, some industrial lands, and the former Deschutes ...

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