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  • September 17, 2008
    By Jeff Inglis
    It's official - Portlanders can choose their favorite skatepark design. As we know, this has been a long time coming. (See "Bumps in the Ramp?" by Sam Pfeifle, September 23, 2005; "At Long Last, Light at the End of the Skate Ramp," by Deirdre Fulton, July 18, 2007; and "With a Blank Slate, Anything's Possible," by Deirdre Fulton, September 5, 2007.) After the jump are overviews of each of the three options, followed by a slideshow of close-up images of sections of each.

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