Hales Wants Right 2 Dream Too in This Old Town Warehouse

UPDATE: Camp likely to reject offer, its lawyer says.


UPDATE, 5:30 pm: The lawyer for homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too says the camp is likely to turn down the warehouse site offered by Mayor Charlie Hales today. "It does not appear that the Hoyt Street option is a viable option," Mark Kramer says. "It would put Right 2 Dream Too out on the street in 15 months."Kramer tells WW he'll meet with the Right 2 Dream Too board tomorrow, but that he still believes ...   More
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 by Aaron Mesh

Pearl District Neighborhood Association and Homer Williams May Sue City Over Homeless Camp Move


The Pearl District Neighborhood Association voted last night to release $10,000 in funds for legal action against the City of Portland over City Commissioner Amanda Fritz's plan to move homeless camp Right 2 Dream Too beneath the Broadway Bridge.Neighborhood Association president Patricia Gardner tells WW the group is weighing whether to sue the city or challenge it at the state's land-use board. She ...   More
Friday, September 13, 2013 AARON MESH

Lien On Me

Homer Williams builds new projects while owing the IRS and his ex-wife millions.

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Homer Williams is perhaps Portland’s best-known developer, famous for creating new neighborhoods like the Pearl District and South Waterfront. Williams—a top campaign contributor to Mayor    More
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 NIGEL JAQUISS

High-Profile Law Firm Sues Homer Williams Over Alleged Unpaid Bills (Updated With Williams Comment)

Prominent Portland real-estate developer Homer Williams is being sued by one of the city's premier financial-litigation firms for $16,977 in alleged unpaid legal bills. A lawsuit filed last week in Multnomah County Circuit Court by the law firm Greene & Markley says Williams has failed to pay a bill sent out July 13, 2010, that included charges going back to July 2008. The billing statement ...   More
Tuesday, December 14, 2010 JAMES PITKIN

Prominent Portland Developer Shot in Mexico

Developer Thorndike "Dike" Dame was shot in the head and seriously wounded while fishing in Mexico over the weekend, WW has learned. Dame —along with his business partner, Homer Williams— has been heavily involved over the past two decades in high-profile developments in the Pearl District, South Waterfront, and in California and Arizona. A keen fisherman, the 72-year-old Dame ...   More
Thursday, November 19, 2009 NIGEL JAQUISS


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