City needs ‘economic SWAT team’

City needs ‘economic SWAT team’

Published in the West Linn Tidings and Oregonian: On June 2, the West Linn City Council approved the regulatory streamlining project. This project lays the groundwork for solid economic development in West Linn. There are several significant changes in this project...
Regulatory Streamlining Comments

Regulatory Streamlining Comments

On June 2, the West Linn Council approved the regulatory streamlining project.  This project is one of the foundational pieces to lay the groundwork for solid economic development in West Linn. About West Linn: We are a vibrant community that wants commercial options....
Gateway to the Globe

Gateway to the Globe

On Monday, April 21 Councilor Tan and I attended the Port of Portland’s annual report to the community.  The keynote was named “Gateway to the Globe” and it did show the vast reach of the Port’s businesses.  Here are the highlights from Bill...
Clackamas Hardwood Forest Project

Clackamas Hardwood Forest Project

Here is information about one of the most innovative government projects I have seen in a long time.  State Representative Julie Parrish is partnering with local governments, businesses, Universities, and even homeowners  to create a sustainable renewable industry.  I...
Youth Music Project

Youth Music Project

The Youth Music Project opened its doors to the surrounding West Linn community two years ago with a mission to “provide outstanding rock, pop, and country music education for youth by offering free or low cost lessons, free instrument use, and exceptional performance...
Chase Bank Opening

Chase Bank Opening

Mayor Kovash and I attended the opening of a new Chase branch in the Robinwood neighborhood.  This newest branch increases Chase’s committment to West Linn.  They now have three branches and employ 26 people, 16 of which reside within our city.  Chase has 9,028...
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