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By Mike Burton, Andy Cotugno and Dennis Yee

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Planning that protects the nature of our region “It’s better to plan for growth than ignore it.” Planning is Metro’s top job. Metro provides a regional forum where cities, counties and citizens can resolve issues related to growth – things such as protecting streams and open spaces, transportation and land-use choices and increasing the region’s recycling efforts. Open spaces, salmon runs and forests don’t stop at city limits or county lines. Planning ahead for a healthy environment and stable economy supports livable communities now and protects the nature of our region for the future. Metro serves 1.3 million people who live in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties and the 24 cities in the Portland metropolitan area. Metro provides transportation and land-use planning services garbage disposal and recycling and waste reduction programs. Metro manages regional parks and greenspaces and the Oregon Zoo. It also oversee

Year: 2002
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