- March 14 ELGL Event in Bend
- 03.02.12 Knope of the Week
- It’s Madness – ELGL Bracket Challenge
- ELGL’s Call for Resumes
- What Employers Are Thinking When They Look At Your Facebook Page
- City of Lake Oswego – Kincaid Internship
- Oswego Lake’s big secret: It’s public and you can paddle it
- Job Posting: Management Analyst
- 03.07.12 The Morning Buzz
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Veterans and Family Center – There’s still time to donate new or gently used business clothing to help our returning veterans ace their job interviews as they transition back to civilian life. Items may be taken to the Salvation Army Veteran and Family Center, 14825 SW Farmington, right here in Beaverton, through Thursday, March 8, 2012.
Can you spare a few moments to take our new survey on teleworking? American City & County and GovPro have combined to research the uses, barriers, and success of teleworking in government. We would appreciate your feedback on our survey!
88 Ways To Make A Stranger Smile – What have you done to make someone smile? Do you need a suggestion or two, read this!
State and Local Public Pensions – Let the Truth Be Told – A General Accountability Office (GAO) study of state and local government pension plans released on Friday, March 2, confirmed what the National League of Cities (NLC) and many other national groups representing employers and state and local pension plans have been saying for years: Public pensions are not facing a short-term crisis
Knowing when it’s green: A Citizen’s Guide to (LEED for) Neighborhood Development | Kaid Benfield’s – If you are like most of us, you have wondered whether or not a proposal for new development in your community was a good idea, whether it was environmentally friendly, or whether you should support it.
States and local governments face new voting laws in 2012 – A dizzying array of new voting laws will affect state and local governments across the country in the 2012 elections.
Low-Cost Ways To Show Employees They’re Highly Valued – Here are 30 low-cost ideas for small businesses who want to show employees that they are highly valued.
Inside the UGB
- Sandy library reopens after nearly a year of renovations
- Three good things about TriMet’s proposed bus cuts
- Some local political races already over
- City’s 23 mayoral candidates tie 2004 record
- Sources Say • Chief of staff? Try a new job
- Tigard mayor is Metro bound
- Every commission race in Clackamas County draws candidates
- With filing closed, Tigard Mayor Craig Dirksen a lock for Metro Council; two seats will have races
- Brookings Institution highlights Portland area for soaring exports, urges region to ship more, boosting jobs
- Time to engineer a solution to pay for projects
Outside the UGB
- Was the first mandated short annual session worth the cost? | Oregon Capitol News
- Bend Councilors Scale Back Disputed Water Plans – News Story – KTVZ Bend
- Seven file to be Jackson County’s next commissioner
- Talent council puts off censure motion
- Vancouver to study how it pays, classifies employees
- Interim Yakima city manager doesn’t want permanent job
- Ontario council names interim city manager
- Ridgefield city manager leaving for engineering job
- Kelso police chief to serve as interim city manager