03.09.12 The Morning Buzz

Alan B. Williams Debate Jay-Z Lyrics On House Floor

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Video: Libraries for Livelihoods program assists job seekers in finding new opportunities – Looking for a job? Commissioner Loretta Smith helped launch a new library initiative that addresses how to navigate the online-only job application process, and how to use social media to network and find employment. Find out more about the Libraries for Livelihoods programs at the Central Library, North Portland Library and Midland Library.

Metro asks the region: Is it time to invest in our natural areas? Starting this week, 600 likely voters across the Portland metropolitan area will share their opinions about the region’s natural areas, parks and trails in a telephone survey.

Fanno-Hall Crossing Open House 2 Survey – Which Fanno Creek Trail Crossing for Hall Blvd do you like better? Bridge or Tunnel? Send your comments to the County TODAY before 5:00pm and let them know what you think!


5 Things You Should Say Today – They’re small things–but they can completely change someone’s day. I left the company years ago for another but I still run into former colleagues.

D.C. has no count of jobs from stimulus – Despite receiving more than $885 million in federal economic stimulus funds since 2009, the D.C. government — whose residents face one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation — cannot say how many jobs it actually created for those who live in the District.

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