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04.13.12 The Morning Buzz

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City of Milwaukie - Tell us what you would like to see improved in the light commercial areas along S.E. 32nd Ave. and S.E. 42nd Ave. near King Rd. The online survey closes Friday, April 13, 2012.

RSVP: The First 90 Days Discussion Forum - We are excited for the upcoming discussion forum with city managers from Tigard, Hillsboro, and Wilsonville. The focus of this luncheon will be the first 90 days of their tenure. We will be meeting at 11:45am on April 26, 2012 at Cafe Allegro in Tigard. Space will be limited to about 40 people so please RSVP at your earliest convenience to oregonelgl@gmail.com.

Career 

4 Graduate School Myths Debunked - Don’t let common fallacies stop you from earning an advanced degree, a former admissions dean says.

8 Tips for Using Workplace Humor - The old saying ”everybody loves a comedian” has regretfully given birth to a time where everybody thinks they’re a comedian.

10 Personality Types That Every Organization Needs - It takes all types — personality types, that is — to run a successful small business.

Management Tip: Need a Mentor? Forget the Expert

Spotlight

Study says Walmart leads to drop in income, spending - A new study asserts that the arrival of Walmart stores in local communities leads to a drop in spending in the economy and lower income for workers.

Molalla’s new city manager wrestles with years-long financial mess, and the inevitable fallout

Portland Police Bureau budget heading into the red for this fiscal year, so cuts are coming. But where?

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