01.24.12 The Afternoon Delight

Posted on January 24, 2012


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Job Posting: Metro Council Policy Coordinator

ELGL Forum with Clackamas County Administrators

Your Help Needed on Oregon State Budget

01.24.12 The Morning Buzz

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Social Media

Stay connected by following these Twitter feeds and Facebook pages.

Twitter: Jeff Cogen, BasicGov, Brookings Metro

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City of Turner asks for help, with 100 homes damaged by floods

Passing along a request that Mid-Valley 211 manager John Olinger received from Turner City Administrator David Sawyer: “If there are any businesses/individuals who are interested in helping out flood victims please have them call 743-2155. We have 30 to 50 homes with serious internal damage. About 100 damaged in total. Lots of people without Flood insurance. If you could spread that request through your social media, etc. that would great!”

Current Projects – North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District

NCPRD and the City of Damascus are working with residents of the District to develop a neighborhood park concept plan for the 1.4-acre Anderegg property. A community meeting is planned for February 18 at Sunnyside Community Church, located at 16444 SE Highway 212 in Damascus.

The Trust for Public Land

Thank you for taking five minutes to participate in our survey. We’re eager to hear your thoughts and opinions about land conservation in America and a little about yourself, too. Your feedback is important and helps us protect the places that matter most to you.

Town Hall w/Sen. Mark Hass and State Reps Tobias Read & Jeff Barker

Senator Mark Hass and State Representatives Tobias Read and Jeff Barker and I are holding a Town Hall in Beaverton this Thursday, Jan 26 to discuss jobs, the economy and the Oregon Investment Act.

Spotlight

E-Government Initiatives Save Money and Encourage Citizen Participation

With the exception of website hosting, which is outsourced to an application service provider (ASP), website design, operations and management, integration with local government databases and e-payment/e-transaction is handled in house.

 “Gresham is…a City of Opportunity”

The “Gresham is…” video project, featuring the photos and video clips you shared with us on Facebook, is ready for viewing! See if you can spot your own favorite place or event in Gresham! Share the video link with your friends!

Inside the UGB

Labor raises its voice in Portland mayor’s race: Portland City Hall roundup

Clackamas County Commissioner Jamie Damon files to run for board seat, faces three challengers

Outside the UGB

Oakland Mayor Proposes Laying Off 105 City Workers

Bainbridge ordered to rehire four laid-off workers, pay lost earnings

Sneak Peek: Tacoma City Council Week of January 23, 2012

Scope of Parks & recreation cuts outlined by City of Vancouver

Cities, counties scramble to estimate flood cleanup costs

Kitzhaber: Regional Effort May Aid Timber Counties

 

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