Tag: The Oregonian

Updated: So (More) People Are Reading the Blog….

Many thanks to The Oregonian for their continued coverage of local government and the professionals who are working everyday to improve our communities. From Yuxing Zheng, The Oregonian Clackamas County government: Mark Stotik, a labor and employee relations manager, really admires his boss, Employee Services Director Nancy Drury, he tells the Emerging Local Government Leaders blog.    From … Continued

02.28.12 The Morning Buzz

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2NRmow-cg0&w=420&h=315] Rewind March 14 ELGL Event in Bend 02.24.12 Knope of the Week 02.27.12 The Morning Buzz Damascus City Manager Makes Retirement Plans Why the gov’t should take an interest in Pinterest The Growth of the ELGL Blog 1st Day for New Benton County COO 02.27.12 The Afternoon Delight 02.27.12 The Morning Buzz The Social Network Stay connected by following these feeds. Twitter: Vancouvria … Continued

02.11.12 The Saturday Post

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGxY_F9waAU?rel=0&w=560&h=315] Rewind ELGL Meets Pinterest August 15, 2012 Luncheon: Bruce Goldberg, OHA 02.10.12 Knope of the Week 02.10.12 The Morning Buzz 02.10.12 The Afternoon Delight 02.10.12 Jobs, Jobs, Jobs Social Media Stay connected by following these Twitter feeds and Facebook pages. Twitter: The Oregonian, Joe Smith, Willamette U, Stephen Thorsett Facebook:  Social Media Today Participate Urban League of Portland Young Professionals – The Urban League of … Continued

12.26.11 The Morning Buzz

Loretta Lynn – Portland, Oregon (featuring Jack White) [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK5D8nWADTQ&w=420&h=315]   ELGL Member Survey What began as a small networking luncheon group has grown to a 210-member organization.  The brief online survey inquires about your preferences for the group, and aims to learn more about how ELGL can continue to be a professional resource to … Continued

12/11/11 – Sunday Sermon

After Tsunami, a Mayor Plants Seeds of Renewal – Wall Street Journal When the disaster hit, Mr. Toba had been forced to choose between searching for his missing wife or fulfilling his duties as mayor to lead rescue work for survivors. Setting aside his personal life, he plunged into emergency recovery efforts—and then later, rebuilding. … Continued

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