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Clackamas County, Oregon – Clackamas County’s State of the County event will be Feb. 29 at 7 p.m. If you would like to attend, the event will be held at the Clackamas County Public Services Building: 2051 Kaen Road in Oregon City.
Work With The BTA! We’re Hiring 3 Walk+Bike Ambassadors This Spring – We are hiring three temporary, part-time Walk+Bike Ambassadors who will support and the Bicycle Transportation Alliance’s Bike Safety Education program from March 28th through June 11th.
Vancouver Urban Forestry seeks tree enthusiasts for NeighborWoods Program. Vancouver Urban Forestry is encouraging Vancouver residents who are enthusiastic about trees to become part of the NeighborWoods Program.
YOU CAN HELP: Volunteer opportunities in Clackamas County, Feb. 14-29
Cities Face Mass Layoffs – Municipalities across California are bracing for a new era of diminished resources as they rapidly disband redevelopment agencies, or RDAs, that were officially dissolved by the state on February 1.
How Google Created Its Epic(-ish) Valentine’s Day Doodle – For Valentine’s Day, Google has created one of its most ambitious Doodles yet.
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- Oregon Politics Roundup: Legislature hits half-way mark as things get touchy at the Capitol
- Portland app for that? No? Tell us your idea, and it might get built
- U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood recommends $100 million for TriMet’s Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail line
- Portland Chief Mike Reese defends use of force, says officers responding to twice as many suicide calls
- Fairview council picks Brian Cooper to fill vacant seat
- Large PSU delegation meets with legislators during PSU Day at the Capitol
Outside the UGB
- Audit finds no abuse in Oregon’s public contracting system
- Cost to replace new Bainbridge city manager estimated at $250,000
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