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(Portland, OR)  --  An advisory vote on a proposed street fee for Portland residents won't be held in May after all.  Mayor Charlie Hales says he's speaking with Governor John Kitzhaber and House Speaker Tina Kotek about state funding being used to help maintain and improve Portland's streets.  The city agreed last week to place three to six funding options on the May ballot, with the one getting the most "yes" votes to be implemented.  But Governor Kitzhaber says that plan has been scrapped, and he's been assured that transportation funding will be among the top priorities in this year's legislative session.
 

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