We all live busy lives, but there are certain things that should not be ignored or taken for granted – our fundamental right is to stand up and be heard. Being involved in the City gives you the voice and chance to make a positive difference in our community. Let’s get involved! Article published in […]
Acura was one of the first automakers to offer a street legal super car at a reasonable price. The design and performance of the original NSX are timeless and it still wows people as one drives by today. Acura debuted a new concept car that will hit the production rails in the coming years. It […]
Terrific Tuesdays at the West Linn Library are wonderful for families. Rhys Thomas Science Circus is one of the best shows for kids and adults alike. Check out his webpage when he will be back in West Linn.
What a week!! After a year of hard work from deconstructing the failed 2010 bond, looking at every option for a new recommendation, talking to citizens, walking multiple properties to find the right one, and knowing that our first responders are vulnerable in their current station, this was one of the greatest victories. On my way […]
On the budget committee we take allegations of financial mismanagement seriously. We have all worked hard to restore the trust and confidence of our citizens and outside credit rating agencies. Karen Hensley and I researched the percentage of the arts fund and concluded there were no misappropriations or mismanagement. Text of article published in the […]
In a short word, Yes! I am not the only one to think so, Money Magazine ranked West Linn in their top 100 American cities. And really it is no surprise. West Linn is a wonderful city for everyone; for families, there are many different activities to choose from and family friendly events; for empty […]
After months of hard work, walking many sites, and talking to many different stakeholders, I am very pleased that the council has moved forward and approved our recommendation. Our original recommendation was to ask for $8.9 million and the approved version reduces it further to $8.5 million. The current police station is unfit, and unsafe. […]
After much deliberation, the Budget Committee approved the $75 million biennial budget. The final budget document was modified and included additional neighborhood association funding as well as the elimination of electric vehicle charging stations. West Linn continues to operate under with one of the lowest debt margins and an upgraded credit rating. This budget reflects […]