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City of Tigard > News > Summer Creek Park Property Master Plan Meeting Tigard is embarking on a master planning process for the Summer Creek park property. The public is invited to share their ideas for the park on March 28, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Tigard Public Works Building.



Falling revenue shrinks Salem city government – The size of Salem city government has shrunk steadily during the past few decades, and a drop-off in property-tax revenue is making city hall appear even leaner.

 How getting tipsy may inspire creativity – A new study finds that men who got moderately drunk on vodka cranberries did better on tests of inspired thinking.

Dropping F-bombs at work can help you make friends – Common knowledge says spewing out profanity-laden language to let out your frustrations at work isn’t the best idea.

What’s your anger management style? Here are ways to manage your frustration, whether you have a quick temper or a biting sense of humor.

Are Women Better Leaders than Men? We’ve all heard the claims, the theories, and the speculation about the ways leadership styles vary between women and men. Our latest survey data puts some hard numbers into the mix.

It’s true: Cities are meaner – Urbanites are viewed as selfish and unconcerned about others. Research proves it — but for surprising reasons.

Inside the UGB

 Plans for a public market in downtown Portland advance

The Nines in downtown Portland can stop making loan payments

Petitions filed in four westside cities seek vote on rail funds

Did transportation jobs account for one-third of all jobs from 2009 stimulus act? PolitiFact Oregon

Outside the UGB

 Kate Brown moved election date without telling the candidates

City, unions hope to resume negotiations, avoid arbitration

To boost tax base, Bonney Lake might reduce traffic-impact fees

Downtown project may hinge on 10-year property tax break