A "small town" of 3 million people when you include the suburbs. This Forbes article is less sympathetic:
Town Without Pity - Forbes.comAndrew Wiederhorn was accused of being at the center of one of the worst pension frauds ever committed by an investment adviser. As much as $160 million was drained from a Portland, Ore. investment company, and investors charged some of the money financed his lavish lifestyle, including renovating his $5 million mansion with such items as a $15,000 bathroom mirror. He pleaded guilty to charges of filing a false tax return and giving an illegal gratuity. Last year he finished his federal sentence after serving nearly 16 months and returned to Portland. Alas, Portland now wants nothing to do with Wiederhorn, 40.