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PUBLIC RESTROOM AVAILABILITY IN PORTLAND OREGON
Initiatives to address the need for  public toilet availability in Portland Oregon 

 

 

Relief Works Project - Portland State University 

GOING PUBLIC: STRATEGIES FOR MEETING PUBLIC RESTROOM NEED IN PORTLAND'S CENTRAL CITY
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Restroom Implementation Team expanding Portland's Access to Public Restroom Facilities

Relief Works makes case for more public restrooms 
Research - Seven PSU grad students study the location, cost, need and use of facilities in downtown Portland
Oregonian 

City report calls for more public restrooms 
Grad students say current public utilities fail to fufill cityís needs 
By Sascha Krader,  Daily Vanguard

Signs of relief?  
A new group hopes to bring public restrooms to the Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood

by Joanne Zuhl, Street Roots Contributing writer   Feb 1, 2006

City could get more flush with toilets 
Old Town-Chinatown activists start project to augment public facilities 
By JACOB QUINN SANDERS Oct 11, 2005 The Portland Tribune 
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When you gotta go, you gotta go.
Itís just that, in Portland, not everybody has a place to do it ...

 

 

  

 

                                                                                                                                                                         

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