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SOLV | Bringing Oregonians together to build a legacy of stewardship! – Volunteers opportunity! Shute Park Neighborhood Clean-Up, May 5, 2012.
Live chat with Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt set for Friday – Chat will be Leavitt’s second with Columbian.com users.
7 Tried-and-True Steps for Negotiating a Job Offer – Are you prepared to negotiate a job offer?
Good Managers Lead Through a Team – “Manage your team” might seem clear and straightforward. Yet when we talk about it, we often find it’s not an intuitive concept for many managers and for some it even cuts against the grain of what they think they should do as bosses.
Your Future Employer Is Watching You Online. You Should Be, Too – Welcome to the Permanent Job Search. From now on, all of us will be “looking” for a job even when we’re not actuallylooking for a job.
How to Get More Out of Conferences – I’m scared of conferences. Milling around the coffee table between sessions, a Wall Street Journal badge around my neck, I feel awkward trying to network, approach skittish sources or fend off publicity-hungry strivers.
Lake Oswego approves new park rules banning lake entry from city-owned property – The Lake Oswego City Council voted 5-0 amending city park regulations banning entry to Oswego Lake from lower Millennium Plaza Park, Sundeleaf Plaza or the Headlee Walkway.
City councilors are pushing for a reduced role of the mayor and a nearly 45 percent cut to his monthly salary, which currently tops the amount most of Wilsonville’s neighbors pay their mayors.
Detroit Struggles With a Rescue Plan – Both time and cash are running out, yet plans for solving this city’s financial crisis seem to grow only more tangled by the day.
Inside the UGB
- Metro news: Metro, voters expand two west side natural areas: Killin Wetlands and Wapato Lake
- Candidates elbowing for top Clackamas County seat
- Jantzen Beach redevelopment work to cost more than $50M
- Electronic devices behind much of increase in thefts, other crimes aboard TriMet’s buses and trains
- Clackamas County and West Linn officials say they will not support an urban growth boundary expansion proposal from Lake Oswego.
- Gresham votes to move forward on fountain plans with financing
- Happy Valley approves zoning for 17.7-acre mixed-use ‘village’ development
- West Linn Pool and Recreation Center supporters recommend waiting until 2013 for proposed facility ballot measure
- Jefferson Smith: A Favorite Speaker But Can He Get The Votes For Mayor?
Outside the UGB
- Egli says he’s running for mayor | Keizertimes
- Oregon receives its audit of Federal money | The Oregon Secretary of State Blog
- Mariners say new arena in neighborhood won’t work
- Local reaction to liquor rule change mixed
- Salem looks at more budget cuts
- Recall bid targets city councilor
- Tumwater City Council picks Nisqually Land Trust project manager for open seat