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(Portland, OR)  --  A Portland city official says the City Council's vote on whether to implement a controversial street fee may happen the day before Thanksgiving.  "The Oregonian" reports Portland Chief Administrative Officer Fred Miller told an advisory panel that the Council's first hearing on the proposal will likely be held on November 19th.  That would mean the Council couldn't vote on it any earlier than Wednesday, November 26th.  Officials say the proposed street fee, which would be applied in varying degrees to residents and businesses, would gross about 40-million dollars per year for street projects.

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