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At about 10 a.m. Friday morning, the entire staff of Curtis Homes LLC and volunteers with Columbia Gorge Court Appointed Special Advocates (CA…

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Work began Tuesday afternoon on the removal of the damaged roof from the Recreation Building, where interior beams sag dramatically and banks of ceiling-suspended TVs are askew.

There will always be a lane of travel open for vehicles on Second Street during the demo, the contractor said.

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The city hoped to have a contract signed Tuesday, Oct. 1, with a Beaverton company to do a controlled demolition of parts of the Recreation Bu…

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With two engineering reports calling for immediate demolition of part of the Recreation Building downtown, a special meeting is set for Wednes…

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An estimated 11.6 tons of water weight fell on the Recreation Building’s roof during a storm Aug. 9, and officials heard Tuesday the city’s urban renewal agency has insurance on the structure, whose viability has been unknown since its roof began failing.