Shy Boy and his Friend Shock the Audience with The Prayer
- ELGL Special Forum with CEO of Strategic Government Resources
- 03.23.12 Knope of the Week
- ELGL Call for Resumes – Clarification
- Welcome Evans School Students
- Timbers Luncheon RSVP
- 03.28.12 The Morning Buzz
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Portland Parks & Recreation – What would YOU like to see more of on our Facebook and Twitter? News, events, nuggets of info, etc? We’d love to hear your feedback!
Friends of Political Science at Portland State University – Environment Oregon, a statewide grassroots environmental advocacy organization, is looking for an intern. Send me an email for more information. email@example.com.
Apply for Portland Comprehensive Plan Update Policy Expert Groups (PEG). Applications will be reviewed by BPS, in consultation with the Community Involvement Committee (CIC), and additional public agency staff. Final appointment to the work groups will be made by the director of the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability in April 2012.
City of Tigard – Fanno Creek Trail – Tell us what you think about our new signs.
Heads up! C-Tran is holding an open house tomorrow to focus on proposed fare increases.
Hands On Greater Portland – INTERN needed for Summer School Program at Family Homeless Shelter. Please share!
Give Credit Where It’s Due – You might remember the FedEx commercial “Stolen Idea
Why Parents Make Awesome Managers – Parents are often taught not to give into their childrens tantrums. Many workplaces also have their share of highly volatile, yet talented personalities. Managers are challenged when dealing with these types.
You’ve heard of spray-on tans, but what about spray-on pavement? An easy and more cost-effective way to patch roads.
GAO: state and local pension plans have sufficient assets for a decade or more
The Anti-Fritz Candidate – Rep. Mary Nolan is running for City Council but hasn’t yet connected with voters.
What the Muck? The Portland Harbor is a toxic embarrassment. And there’s plenty of blame to go around.
TriMet: First priority is service, regardless of budget crisis – “We are having internal layoffs and program cuts, in addition to proposing service cuts or fare increases. None of these are what we want to do, but we face a serious budget crisis and must take prudent steps to resolve it. As we resolve these budget uncertainties—the union contract, federal operating funding levels and payroll tax revenues—our first priority is to restore service.” ~ Neil McFarlane to Street Roots
City Life, Recreated in the Sky – To Antony Wood’s mind, the future of cities is vertical, replete with super-tall buildings, rooftop parks and, yes, lots of skybridges.
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