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The 11 Letter Dirty Word….

compression. The Statesman Journal takes a look at this growing issue facing local governments. A tale of two tax statements shows differences in taxpayer costs Values are equal, but taxes are not Written by Timm Collins, Statesman Journal On one of Salem’s many walkable neighborhood streets sit two houses that, other than slight differences in facade, could … Continued

What Makes Salem Tick?

Written by Michael Rose, Statesman Journal Prisons, parking and public services all are part of Salem State government is an omnipresent force in Salem. Besides driving the city’s economy, the public sector contributes to the city’s character. What makes Salem tick? Two former city of Salem managers, and the current city manager, shared their views on the … Continued

State Freeloading From City, County?

State doesn’t pay for services from city, county – should it? Statesman Journal When demonstrators climbed flagpoles and raised a ruckus at the Capitol in June, Salem police provided backup to state troopers. When a former Oregon state librarian lied about having a graduate degree on a state job application, the Marion County District Attorney’s … Continued

01.27.12 The Afternoon Delight

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTZQAGx9rDY&w=420&h=315] Rewind ELGL Survey Data Innovative State and City Government Solutions to Watch in 2012 RSVP: ELGL Forum with TriMet General Manager 01.27.12 The Morning Buzz Nominations for ICMA’s Annual Awards Program Make ELGL.org Your Homepage! Social Media Stay connected by following these Twitter feeds and Facebook pages. Twitter: TIME NewsFeed, Andrea Damewood, Timm Collins Facebook:  Friends of Douglas County, City of Bonney … Continued

01.09.12 The Morning Buzz

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeVh0XnCwM8&w=560&h=315] Join the ELGL Online Community ELGL Facebook  ELGL Twitter ELGL LinkedIn ELGL Google+  RSVP for ELGL Meeting with Patrick Quinton, PDC Executive Director Please RSVP to this luncheon as soon as possible to oregonelgl@gmail.com. Space will be somewhat limited so please be in contact soon. Ingallina’s Box Lunch will be catering. Please submit your lunch … Continued

12.27.11 Afternoon Delight

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQSNhk5ICTI&w=420&h=315]   ELGL Hosts Rob Cornilles on January 5 Rob Cornilles, candidate for U.S. Congress for Oregon’s 1st congressional district, will speak at a special Emerging Local Government Leaders (ELGL) meeting on January 5, 2012 at Café Allegro in Tigard. We will limit the audience to the first 50 ELGL members who RSVP.  You can RSVP to oregonelgl@gmail.com. … Continued

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