- Last Call for Feb. 9th Luncheon RSVP
- Internship Opportunity: Washington County Civil Service Commission
- ICMA Career Compass No. 23:
- The One You’ve Been Waiting For
- 02.01.12 The Morning Buzz
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Please save the date for a May 18, 2012 ELGL luncheon featuring Washington Governor Christine Gregoire. Location TBD (likely in the downtown/PDX area).
This event is limited to ELGL members only. We’ll have the chance to discuss current events with Governor Gregoire, including her recent marriage equality bill, intergovernmental relations with the State of Oregon, and her reflections on her eight years as governor and twelve years as attorney general.
Interested in seeing more murals in Downtown Milwaukie? Attend “Making a Scene: A Mural Q & A Session” to ask questions, hear about best practices, and share your thoughts on Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 from 6:00-7:30pm at Milwaukie City Hall—10722 SE Main St. Refreshments will be provided.
Oregon City has important upcoming deadlines; other cities accepting applications
Please take this Historic Resources Survey, and tell us what’s important to you!
Details on Chair Jeff Cogen’s State of the County address on Friday, Feb. 17
As the 2012 short legislative session begins, we sit down with Kitzhaber to ask him about his priorities for the legislature and the issues lawmakers will tackle, including the budget, health care, education and public safety.
Cities 101 is a public resource developed by the National League of Cities (NLC) to introduce and explain municipal government in the United States.
January 30, 2012 | by Rob Sadowsky | Posted in Advocacy, Featured, News
There is a common misconception that only residents of big cities bike and walk, and therefore active transportation investments are not well-suited to rural areas. A new report from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy tells a different story.
The February 2012 issue of Tualatin Today is now available. Headlines: City Website 2.0 and you don’t want to miss LouTube 2012: State of the City.
Unspoken Job Skill: Wording a Goodbye Email That Won’t Make Co-Workers Cringe
It’s been an interesting week of political contrasts for U.S. DOT’s TIGER program.
Inside the UGB
- Portland to pay $1.2 million to settle civil rights suit in Aaron Campbell shooting
- A no-win situation for police
- Portland officials partner with Brookings to boost exports – Portland Business Journal
- Jefferson Smith explains why he wants to be ‘governor’ at a mayoral forum: Portland City Hall roundup
- Mayor to announce Baseball Task Force appointees at Feb. 7th Council Meeting | City of Milwaukie Ore
- Portland seeks delay to complete all reservoir projects by 2026
- City won’t allow fitness premium pay for Portland police in their next contract unless a physical fitness test is given