Bone Thugs N Harmony – First of the Month
- March 14 ELGL Event in Bend
- 02.24.12 Knope of the Week
- Why the gov’t should take an interest in Pinterest
- The Growth of the ELGL Blog
- 02.29.12 The (Extra) Morning Buzz
- Job Posting: Portland State University – Associate Vice President, Budget and Planning
- Job Posting: Deputy City Manager
- 02.29.12 The (Extra) Afternoon Delight
The Social Network
Stay connected by following these feeds.
Google+: Milwaukie Rules!
Pinterest: The Oregon Garden
Community Backpack Program – The Tigard Community Backpack Program provides basic food to children (kindergarten to 5th grade) who might not otherwise have access to food over the weekend. You can help.
Representative Margaret Doherty and Senator Ginny Burdick would like to invite you to a Legislative Town Hall on Thursday, March 15, 2012 from 7–8 p.m. at Tigard City Hall located at 13125 SW Hall Boulevard. They will be discussing the upcoming 2012 Legislative Session and issues that the Legislature will address.
Does Paternity Leave Hurt Women? – Fathers often talk the talk about sharing parenting duties with mothers when it comes to a newborn. But a new study finds that couples who profess to believe in equally-shared parenting rarely do so in practice.
The Wait-Time Misery Index – Some companies are whittling down to two hours the wait window for service and trying to improve communication with customers.
How To Work A Room Like You Own The Place – Increasingly, we network by e-mail or through social media, such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. That’s a godsend for shy people. You can listen to conversations and chime in on your own terms.
The Six Surprising Habits of Highly Effective Leaders – If you were to rewrite the seven habits of highly effective leaders today what would you say? As social business becomes more important, and social media more pervasive, leaders need to adapt. In fact leaders need to learn fast about what motivates large ecosystems of free agents to rally to them, not to their competitors.
Inside the UGB
- Clackamas County preliminarily approves raising multiple fees, implementing new ones
- Republicans file to run against Bonamici and Blumenauer in Oregon congressional races
- Don’t write The Round off yet! The city’s pursuing a deal with two developers that could prove a game changer
- Former Trail Blazer executive helps Milwaukie effort to bring minor league baseball to Portland area
- Milwaukie takes director off light-rail work
- Clackamas County commissioners answer questions on light rail, bicycle fees and other topics during interactive State of the County event
- Multnomah County commissioners weigh in on federal immigration policy
- Portland has more bikes, but Seattle far better at carpooling, transit commuting: Study
- City braces for ‘awful’ budget cuts
- Forest Grove levy hits May ballot
- Lake access won’t change
- Mayor: Bring back civility
Outside the UGB
- Kitzhaber makes deal on two bills
- House OKs bill to cut middle management
- Economic development panel closer to reality
- Eagle Point salutes retiring planner Bunny Lincoln
- Leavitt not sold on light rail vote
- Bill would repeal sales tax exemption
- Elgin Mayor John Stover survives recall attempt