Tag: Clackamas County

Updated (6/19): Can I Bum a Ride to Perspectives on Public Safety Forum?

Interested in joining? Visit Join ELGL. RSVP: Perspectives on Public Safety with Clackamas County, Lake Oswego, and Milwaukie In an effort to encourage to carpooling to ELGL events, we will post a list of attendees to each event. We encourage you to carpool with other attendees. Andy Gale, Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff’s Policy/Accreditation Analyst Ben Kittelson, Portland State … Continued

Perspectives on Public Safety: A Lunchtime Discussion

Please join ELGL on June 20th, 2013 at noon in the Clackamas County Public Safety Training Center. This is your opportunity to learn more about managing public safety operations.  Come get the inside scoop on what public safety management expects from local government leaders. Featuring presenters: Lake Oswego Police Chief Johnson, Clackamas County Undersheriff Kirby, … Continued

Updated (03.22): Gone in 30 Minutes

The Oregonian has taken the torch for uncovering on-goings in Clackamas County.  Steve Wheeler was apparently gone in 30 minutes as John Ludlow and Tootie Smith paid him a visit immediately following their swearing in ceremony. Letter to Steve Wheeler from John Ludlow John Ludlow, Tootie Smith launched shake-up without telling colleagues Via Oregonian Editorial Board: Resignation of Clackamas … Continued

Updated (3/7): Conspiracy in Clackamas?

Via Oregonian Editorial Board: Resignation of Clackamas administrator signals trouble within county commission – Reasonable people could look at the handwritten notes as conniving against a public employee. Reasonable people could also conclude that the probable author of the notes, a recently fired assistant counsel for Clackamas County, appropriately faces a probe by the Oregon State … Continued

Guest Buzzer Intro: Peter Watts

I’m Peter Watts, your guest buzzer for Friday, February 15, 2013. I’m a shareholder with Jordan Ramis PC and a consultant with Pathfinder Public Affairs, LLC. I’ve been practicing law for about ten years, focusing on business and local government issues. This past year, I was fortunate to be named 2012’s Up & Coming Lawyer … Continued

10 Questions with ELGL Advisory Board Member Peter Watts

Peter Watts Attorney, Jordan Ramis Background Check on Peter Peter O. Watts graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law, and was admitted to the Oregon Bar in 2002. He received an LL.M. in taxation from the University of Washington in 2003. Peter’s areas of concentration include municipal and local government law, debt negotiation, … Continued

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