New Portland Ordinance Aims to Speed Approval for Businesses' Security Measures | Seattle RE Podcast

There’s still a lot of clean-up going on in downtown Portland. On Wednesday, crews were scrubbing graffiti off the windows at a vacated jewelry store, getting …

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  1. Making streets safe is a reasonable expectation. However, Portland is a different animal. The PPD force has been defunded to reimagine law enforcements limited role in safeguarding our citizens

  2. The businesses have to get okay from the city to protect themselves… okay I realize it's probably more complicated than that, but still, that they are only NOW doing this says to me the city was forced to make some sort of gesture that makes them "seem" business friendly. I'm not buying it. They should have acted to protect businesses a very long time ago, what the hell have they been doing for an entire year? They felt forced to do this is the only reason they are doing it, and of course I'm sure they are privately delighted that these businesses all have to invest a fortune in upgrading security, it might force more of them out, which is the goal there.

  3. All States? I can trace exactly when my workers became even more devoted to their jobs to when the legalized weed. There is a reason they call it 'Dope'. They become even more stupid and making bad choices that effect their job. One guy thought it would be a good idea to smoke on his lunch break and chopped off his thumb on a table saw. He became a L&I wh ore and of course, graduated to heroin. Since he didn't have to work anymore he could do any drug he wanted. LAst I heard in prison now.

  4. You misrepresented the parents’ responses to Little Johnny being arrested for robbing the bud guy. It would go more like, what did the bud guy do that compelled my precious little Johnny to blow his head off? My Johnny is a victim.

  5. Look up Geert Vanden Bossche phD, DVM he made most of our childhood vacine, he says this cvd19 vax is not going to help herd immunity it will make it worse.

  6. The policies are designed to change the effect and not address the cause of the problem. Watch out for lawsuits when protective measures are used by civilians or by hired security.

  7. What is going to happen when store owners start shooting maniac Antifa and BLM looters? I would tell people to also get a powerful strobe light flashlight to blind anyone who come near you. Then run…

  8. The thing is police corruption/brutality is a real issue. Police Reform SHOULD BE more funding for additional criminal justice training, extensive background checks, knowing how to work WITH social workers in cases of domestic violence, sexual assault, etc… Dems just think for whatever reason that defunding the police fixes the issue and (if we’re being honest) republicans ignore the issue or don’t support police reform because it’s a progressive policy.

  9. This is absolutely stupid, and a forgone conclusion the moment those @$$hats at the OLCC were given this responsibility… Not by the people, of course. The legislature hijacked our initiative, it is their substitute that perpetuates the very bureacracy that leaves these budtenders prepackaged victims. My dispensary employs armed security. But I bring my .45 just in case the odds are against the guy. If dispensary owners were allowed to guard Cannabis like it was Plutonium, we wouldn't be having this issue. Also, if DAs were not gutless political hacks…

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