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Office Of Citizen Involvement – Multnomah County – You only have 25 days left to take 5-minute Multco budget survey!! It gives input to commissioners re: how to spend your tax dollars wisely as you prioritize which programs should be funded.
Friends of Political Science at Portland State University – Environment Oregon, a statewide citizen-based environmental advocacy organization, is looking for several bright, enthusiastic interns to do some serious political work with it this summer. This is a great way for students to become involved in local politics and make great connections in the Oregon environmental community. EO also sometimes hires especially talented interns as full-time staff after graduation. Contact me for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organized bravery – The purpose of the modern organization is to make it easy and natural and expected for people to take risks.
New Study: A Happy Workplace Really Is Crucial – We often hear that a happy workplace is a great place for productivity. But is that claim just happy talk? Don’t happy workers tend to become complacent and goof off?
Strategies for Curtailing Frivolous Lawsuits – Western City – April 2012 – Sacramento – Local governments can deal with frivolous lawsuits swiftly and efficiently by implementing some simple strategies.
Letter: Molalla’s budget problems didn’t happen in vacuum – Molalla’s longstanding financial abuses did not go unnoticed or unchallenged. Local citizens, including me, spent countless hours begging for public information and combing through city files.
Encouraging Biking, Walking in Large U.S. Metro Areas – When home, work, school and shopping are in closer proximity, travel is easier. What can cities do to help get people out of their cars and onto their feet?
Inside the UGB
- City plan looks to give east Portland an economic boost
- Portland has $169 million downtown spending vision, but so far no plan and limited public input
- City restricts lake access from public parks
- Mayoral Candidates Tax Returns Show Big Differences
- Portland mayoral candidates air differences on OPB’s Think Out Loud
- Portland has $169 million downtown spending vision, but so far no plan and limited public input: Portland City Hall roundup
- ‘There are reasonable steps we could take …’
- Metro continues analysis of ways to improve downtown Forest Grove
- Forest Grove still considering an appeal to development lawsuit
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