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Get Plugged In – And tap into what Clackamas County has going for you.
Bellevue Transit Improvement Survey – What changes would you like to see in bus service in Bellevue? The city is updating its transit master plan. Follow this link and complete our survey. You’ll be eligible for a gift certificate for Purple Cafe & Wine Bar, Daniel’s Broiler or El Gaucho.
The World’s Best Cities for Students – If you’re in college, these are the cities where you want to be.
Can a Town Get By Without Its Public Works Department? – Favoring privatization, a New Jersey mayor’s budget proposes to cut garbage collection, street cleaning, and more
City of Tigard > Community > Cityscape Newsletter – Read the March Cityscape for the latest on Urban Foresty Code Revisions, Tigard Police Department backpack program, activities at the Tigard Public Library, nature awareness with Tualatin Riverkeepers and upcoming Tigard Area Chamber of Commerce banquet.
A New Chapter: Susan Myers takes over as human services director – Meet Susan Myers, our new Multnomah Department of County Human Services director.
Maricopa County, Ariz., Turns on ‘Spigit’ for Innovative Ideas – Through a Web-based platform called Spigit, Maricopa County, one of the largest counties in the country, uses crowdsourcing capabilities, social networking and a rewards program to encourage employee interaction in an online idea factory.
Inside the UGB
- Ronald Green files to run as Republican opposition for Blumenauer’s CD seat
- Ty Kovatch, top aide to Portland city Commissioner Randy Leonard, becomes third chief of staff to leave in as many months
- Steve Novick answers questions about his 2012 election bid: Portland City Hall roundup
- Portland Is Right To Invest In Biking And Safe Streets
- City’s Charter Commission calls it quits