Treat. Yo. Self.
Thank you, Sec. Brown
Many thanks to Kate Brown, Oregon Secretary of State for speaking at the ELGL Lunch Forum yesterday. The more than 40 ELGL and OAMR members who attended heard a wide ranging discussion on leadership, Harry Potter, and the state of elections and ballot measures as it related to cities and counties. Sec. Brown has posted pictures from the event on her Twitter account – @OregonSoS
Sec. Brown announces her re-election plans
Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown announced today that she is seeking re-election to a second term. In an e-mail to supporters, Brown said she’s proud of her work, citing her accomplishments in auditing state government and clamping down on election fraud.
The Statesman Journal:
Metro’s Regional Reset
Metro’s communications staff has written a series of articles addressing the state of the Portland region especially as it pertains to cities and counties.
REGIONAL RESET: Series looks at leaders’ priorities
REGIONAL RESET: Transportation a priority for regional leaders
REGIONAL RESET: Leaders say trust, coordination are key for regional collaboration
Good luck, Robyn
Lake Oswego City Recorder Robyn Christie has accepted a similar position in Bend. Her last day in Lake Oswego was yesterday. She will missed on many levels especially by ELGL as she was an integral part of our rapid growth from 16 members to more than 220. She organized one of the first ELGL meetings in Lake Oswego which was keynoted by LO city manager Alex McIntyre and included a tour of downtown Lake Oswego.
Lake Oswego Review article on Robyn’s success and new position in Bend: http://www.lakeoswegoreview.com/news/story.php?story_id=132149023505878500
In the Headlines
Eugene Register Guard: Complaints in county rift unsubstantiated, report says. An investigator finds no evidence of retaliation by two commissioners against an administrator
Metro: Decision-makers explore on the ground conditions in the Southwest corridor