(Portland, OR) -- Portland is planning to spend nearly five-million dollars this fiscal year to help clean up a superfund site. The Portland Tribune reports that the funds would go to the Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup and mitigation project. The funding would also kick off a public engagement process and help partner with other governments on baseline sampling in the harbor and evaluate high-priority restoration sites. It is still not clear how much the city will ultimately pay for the project, but the EPA estimates cleanup costs to be over just one-billion dollars. Those costs will be paid by over 150 responsible parties who have contributed to polluting the site.