Raw un-edited footage of this historic Public Meeting, as It happened.
Community involvement in Portland seems to be actually influencing what the Water Bureau will be doing at Mt Tabor Park. Even though the Mt.Tabor Neighborhood Association is officially opposed to the (un-necessary and expensive,) covering of the safe and reliable historic drinking water reservoirs at Mt.Tabor and Washington Park, volunteer Community Advisory Committee members have been diligently working with the Portland Water Bureau to make the transition the very best it can be in the interests of Mt Tabor Park, it's historic structures, it's beloved trees, and also to ensure that any disconnect of the reservoirs is fully reversible, in the event that the 2016 review of the (mis-applied, and un-scientific) EPA LT2 rule results in a waiver or reprieve for Portland.
Congratulations to these hard working volunteers of the Community Advisory Committee, (CAC) and to the Portland Water Bureau for working with them to allow public involvement in the planning and "execution" of this
(long fought, un-necessary and expensive) project.