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The Commissioners' weekly business meetings.
Areas of Outreach
Clackamas County Commissioners have announced a pilot program to strengthen community outreach and identify local issues of concern throughout Clackamas County. The program assigns a geographic area to each Commissioner for a period of six months.
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After a five-month, nationwide candidate search, the 211info Board of Directors has selected Dan Herman as the new CEO of 211info.
Dan’s peers and supervisors describe him as an inspirational leader. And the 211info board and staff were equally inspired by Dan’s vision for leading our growing organization to new opportunities and a bright future.
Individuals and organizations that have made a big difference in the county!
Clackamas County announces Community Action Impact award recipients
From: Tim Heider, Clackamas County Public Affairs Manager, 503-742-5911
The council provides a forum for input by pre-hospital care consumers, providers and the medical community and advises the board and the Department of Health, Housing and Human Services in matters relating to the Ambulance Service Plan and pre-hospital emergency medical services.
Regular public meetings are scheduled on the fourth Tuesday of January, April, July and October from 9 to 11 a.m. Meetings are held at the Clackamas County Public Services Building.
An application is available at http://www.clackamas.us/miscapp/application.jsp
Call Larry MacDaniels at 503-655-8526 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For additional information, contact Julie Hertel at Clackamas County Community Health, 503-742-5333.
The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities should be made at least 48 hours before the meeting to Julie Hertel-503-742-5333/TTY 503-650-5646.
On April 27th, volunteers from all over the community came together to provide some landscaping TLC for Oregon City Schools. The District Office, Candy Lane Elementary, Gardiner Middle School, and the Jackson Campus all received a landscaping makeover along with various outdoor improvements.
"I was thrilled by the amount of volunteers that came out to help and was impressed by all that was accomplished," said Ted Thonstad, Director of Operations.
A special thanks to the Three Rivers District Boy and Cub Scouts, B & B Leasing, Rotary Club, Lions Club, SOLV and everyone that donated their time and support. The school district's maintenance crew was responsible for helping to prepare and coordinate the generous volunteer support.
"All of the volunteers were amazing and the work that was completed looks great," said Mike Riseling, Facilities Services Supervisor.
All four locations received weeding, cleaning, and new bark dust. Gardiner Middle School received pressure washing and got a fresh coat of paint on the football goal posts. Candy Lane Elementary had blackberry bushes removed and the windows were cleaned. The District Office got fresh new sod, blackberry bushes removed, bushes trimmed and had an irrigation system installed. Take a drive by and you’ll notice the improvements.
Carver Bridge replacement project- delays expected next week
Minor traffic delays at Carver Bridge construction site May 21-23
From: Ellen Rogalin, Clackamas County Department of Transportation and Development, 503-742-4274 Date: 04-30-13
Sponsored by: Boring CPO
Location: Boring Fire Station
Hwy. 212, Boring, OR
Time: 7–8:30 p.m.
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