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'''[[Portland]]''''s city government is based on a [[wikipedia:city commission government|city commission government]] system. Elected officials include a [[Mayor]], a [[City Council]] and a [[City Auditor]]. The mayor and commissioners (members of City Council) are responsible legislative policy and oversee the various bureaus that oversee the day-to-day operation of the city.<ref>[http://www.portlandonline.com/index.cfm?c=26003 list of bureaus]</ref> The auditor is responsible for ensuring that the government operates in good faith.
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'''[[Portland]]''''s city government is based on a [[wikipedia:city commission government|city commission government]] system. [[Elected officials]] include a [[Mayor]], a [[City Council]] and a [[City Auditor]].<ref>http://www.portlandonline.com/index.cfm?c=25999</ref> The mayor and [[commissioners]] (members of City Council) are responsible legislative policy and oversee the various bureaus that oversee the day-to-day operation of the city.<ref>[http://www.portlandonline.com/index.cfm?c=26003 list of bureaus]</ref> The auditor is responsible for ensuring that the government operates in good faith.
  
  

Latest revision as of 20:58, 31 July 2013

Portland's city government is based on a city commission government system. Elected officials include a Mayor, a City Council and a City Auditor.[1] The mayor and commissioners (members of City Council) are responsible legislative policy and oversee the various bureaus that oversee the day-to-day operation of the city.[2] The auditor is responsible for ensuring that the government operates in good faith.


Metro governments

Hillsboro government

Washington County

Multnomah County

Clark County

City governments of the Portland Metropolitan area

Portland

Hillsboro

Gresham

Forest Grove

Lake Oswego

West Linn

Vancouver

Cornellius

References

See also