OPAL’s basic problem, activist Cameron Johnson said, is that TriMet board members don’t currently see the group as a potential threat.
“We need to make them sweat a little,” said Johnson, who was
celebrating his 18th birthday by attending the meeting. (Johnson didn’t,
for his part, speak in favor of visiting board members’ homes.)
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