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Tag: Heidi Starks

ELGL Featured in Washington Finance Officers Association

Huge thanks to Heidi Starks, ELGL member and President of Oregon Municipal Finance Officers Association, for writing an article about ELGL that appears in the September edition of the Washington Finance Officers Association newsletter. ELGL appreciates the continued support of finance officers throughout the county and we look forward to future partnership opportunities. Check out page 7 … Continued

Lightning Round with Petra Schuetz, Coburg City Administrator

Petra Schuetz City Administrator City of Coburg Favorite [recently read] book of all-time: The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami  Seven Types of Ambiguity by Elliot Perlman Book that is on your nightstand right now: Wildwood by Colin Meloy is on the top of the pile. (Fill in the blank) When you wake up in the morning … Continued

The Lightning Round with Rhyan Van Horn

Rhyan Van Horn TriMet, Senior Accountant of Treasury and Cash Management Student, University of Washington Evans School What book is on your nightstand?  “War & Peace”, Tolstoy. It’s been there for over two years. But I only have about 100 pages out of the 1,500 left. If you were to run for elected office, which … Continued

The Lightning Round with Mark Stotik

Mark Stotik Labor and Employee Relations Manager Clackamas County What book(s) is on your nightstand? Ride A Cockhorse by Raymond Kennedy Drood by Dan Simmons Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake If you were to run for elected office, which position would seek? Portland City Commissioner Your best piece of career advice. Never run from, always run … Continued

The Lightning Round with Heidi Starks, West Slope Water District

Heidi Starks Manager, Finance and Customer Service West Slope Water District What book(s) is on your nightstand? Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child.  The methods have worked well for my son Max, and I am hopeful that will continue.  I also have several unread National Geographic and Real Simple magazines…. It is a teetering pile of … Continued

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