City won’t sell part of Mt. Tabor Park to college • Thursday, September 27, 2007
In the wake of a controversial plan by city leaders to sell part of Mt. Tabor Park — a plan that provoked neighbor’s anger and accusations of secret deals — officials announced Thursday that the City of Portland won’t sell the land to Warner Pacific College.
Portland City Council unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday calling for an update of the Mt. Tabor Park Master Plan; with the council’s approval, the public process to update the master plan for Mt. Tabor Park to include the 20-acre Central Maintenance Yard and Horticultural Service Center will move forward in January 2008.