- Who’s Next in the 2012 Issue and Speaker Series?
- Take the ELGL Five Minute Challenge
- The Lightning Round with Eric Chambers, City of Gresham
- Last Call for Luncheon with Dr. Potiowsky
- 06.08.12 Knope of the Week
- 06.10.12 The Morning Buzz
RSVP: Economist Dr. Thomas Potiowsky, June 13 – ELGL is hosting a luncheon with former State Economist and current Chair of the Portland State Economics Department, Dr. Thomas Potiowsky. The discussion will be on the US recovery and the new economic environment. This information will be relevant to long-term local government revenues and anyone interested in budgeting.
Talkin’ About My Generation with ELGL-Eugene – Please find the attached announcement regarding the upcoming lunch seminar scheduled for Thursday, June 21 in Springfield. Special thanks to Judy Williams at Lane County for putting the agenda together and Jeff Towery at Springfield for agreeing to host us next month.
ELGL-CO Roundtable on Communicating with Citizens – Communicating with Your Residents, June 14, noon- 1 p.m. North Fire Training Room 63377 Jamison Street, Bend
Open courts, closed files: Hitting roadblocks in quest for public records – It’s right there in the Washington state Constitution, article I, section 10: “Justice in all cases shall be administered openly, and without unnecessary delay.” The words apply to courts and court case records. Both are supposed to be public: No secret trials, no secret files.
Greg Nickels faces an uphill battle – Former Mayor Greg Nickels is attempting a political comeback in the secretary-of-state race, but Democrats are overwhelmingly endorsing Kathleen Drew, one of his primary opponents.
Wins, losses with new City Hall – $54 MILLION: It’s nice to have, but not all the promises made during planning have been fulfilled.
How To Create A Career Path When Your Job Doesn’t Have One – Forbes Lately I’ve been thinking about my next big career move. I know it’s a little premature. I’ve only been with Forbes on their Audience Development Team for a little over four months now, and I absolutely love it.
Be Proud of Your Accomplishments, Not Your Affiliations – Stuart stood up confidently and addressed the group: “I studied Art History at Yale, worked at Bain for two years, then Morgan Stanley. After finishing my Stanford MBA, I took a banking job at Goldman Sachs.”
How To Win In A Dead End Job – Lately I’ve been thinking about my next big career move. I know it’s a little premature. I’ve only been with Forbes on their Audience Development Team for a little over four months now, and I absolutely love it.
Inside the UGB
- West Linn couple face $2,000-a-day fine, court date over backyard pool
- Arts study released as City Council ponders tax
- Panel to review 64 transit projects for funding
- PDC awards $338K in livability grants
- Private negotiations, hurried vote on coal exports from Oregon’s Port of St. Helens sidestepped public process, critics say
Outside the UGB
- Gold Hill City Council to consider $2.28 million budget
- Salem City Council to consider allowing use of electric fences inside city limits
- Water quality worries in Dexter
- City floats street compromise
- Council to debate proposed employee head tax for light rail
- Tourism business owners split on where Pendleton officials should extend tourism tax
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