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Friday, May 11, 2007

Survivor Portland Bureaucracy: Day 9

It was a close race there for a while, but by nightfall the result was clear. Human Resources Director Yvonne Deckard was the eighth city bureau chief voted off the island on Survivor Portland City Hall: Bureaucracy Edition. Not only has her torch been extinguished, but she also must leave the island immediately, and a memo is being placed in her permanent file.

Wow, it's been quite a ride. Eight agency heads have rolled. It's getting tougher, as some of the more visible bureaucrats have been banished, and we're starting to get down to some players who tend to keep a relatively low profile. But hey, we must shoulder on, every city workday, until only one bureaucrat survives.

If you need a better feel for the players who are up for a vote, remember that photos of the entire original cast and links to all of their bureaus were posted here when the game started, oh so long ago. Good luck, players:

Will's back, Yvonne's gone. Who should be the next city bureau chief to leave the island?
Amalia - Office of Neighborhood Involvement Director Amalia Alarcon
Chief Dave - Fire Chief Dave Sprando
Water Dave - Water Bureau Administrator David Shaff
Dean - Environmental Services Bureau Director Dean Marriott
Ken - Interim Chief Administrative Officer Ken Rust
Lisa - Emergency Communications Bureau Director Lisa Turley
Rosie - Police Chief Rosie Sizer
Revenue Sue - Revenue Bureau Director Sue Klobertanz
Will - Housing and Community Development Bureau Director William White
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Voting on this one will close overnight tonight. The final result will be posted on Monday, when we'll start up again.

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