ELGL Forum with Charlie Hales, Portland Mayoral Candidate – Please join us on Thursday, September 13 at noon for an ELGL forum with Charlie Hales, Portland mayoral candidate.Poll: Clint Eastwood’s Empty Chair
Poll: A Side of Fluoride with Your Glass of Water? Do you favor adding fluoride to drinking water?
RSVP: ELGL Forum with Clackamas County Administrators Steve Wheeler, Nancy Newton and Laurel Butman – Please join us on Wednesday, September 19th at noon for an ELGL forum with Steve Wheeler, Clackamas County Administrator and his two Deputy County Administrators, Nancy Newton and Laurel Butman. The forum will be held in Clackamas County Development Services Building, 150 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, OR 97045.
2035 plan projects development alongside the Willamette – The Willamette River is at the heart of Portland’s future. The Central City 2035 plan released this week calls for extensive development on both the west and east sides of the river.
Portland Commissioner Dan Saltzman mum on fluoride stance – Portland City Commissioner Dan Saltzman on Friday remained silent about his stance on fluoride.Saltzman is the only member of the Portland City Council who hasn’t weighed in with a public hearing looming Thursday and a vote scheduled Sept. 12.
Groundwork laid for Pendleton landmark group – Mayor Phillip Houk met Thursday with the City Council, the Planning Commission and Kuri Gill of Oregon Parks & Recreation to gather advice for creating a historical buildings committee.
Our new place to complain about the boss: Everywhere – Management experts are beginning to argue that social media is intensifying worker dissatisfaction. So, in a socially networked world, what exactly must bosses do differently?
What Color is Your Cubicle? – Color us crazy, but we think plain white walls are pretty boring. It turns out some employers agree and are amping up office personality with a bucket of paint.
Inside the UGB
Outside the UGB
- South Albany development still in the distance
- Cost for Deschutes County jail expansion coming next week
- Editorial: Sutherlin law aims to make streets safer for those on wheels and on foot
- Jobs at issue in council election
- No new mayor for CB or NB
- Corvallis garbage rate increase to be discussed at pair of meetings
- City eyes a raise in parking rates