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Oregon City mayor asking for help to find shelter for displaced families

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OREGON CITY, OR (KPTV) -

The threat of a landslide in Oregon City forced families from their homes just before Christmas, and now the city's mayor is saying “thank you” to everyone who helped them.

Mayor Dan Holladay said in a release Monday that with the threat of danger still active, people living in the Berryhill Park Apartments and the Forest Edge Apartments can't go home.

Holladay is asking property owners with available apartments or housing rentals who wish to connect with those families to call the Clackamas County Social Services Hotline at 503-650-5737.

The mayor’s officer has also help set up the Oregon City Landslide Relief Fund at the Lewis and Clark Bank. Anyone wishing to donate can do so at ORCity.org.

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