Portland Business Alliance to members: Reject ballot measure to change city government, back rival reforms next year

Portland’s largest and most influential business organization on Saturday urged its members to reject a ballot measure to dramatically reshape the city’s form of government and encouraged them to donate to the proposal’s leading opponents.

The ask came in an 1,800-word letter from the business group’s president, Andrew Hoan, who also touted an alternate package of City Hall fixes — floated by Portland Commissioner Mingus Mapps and not on the Nov. 8 ballot — as the one frustrated city voters should instead rally behind.

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