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The Business of Homelessness

By admin / March 26, 2019 /

Former City Commissioner Nancy Ide and Former Mayor Dan Fowler Co-leaders of the Homeless Solution Coalition of Clackamas County will be presenting a brief history of the Coalition. A panel of some members of our community who are actively involved in working on solutions regarding the homeless issue will be presenting on the work they…

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Preparing for the Worst: Are we Ready?

By admin / February 26, 2019 /

Advancing Water-Centered Resiliency in Clackamas Our nation is at a crossroads. Deteriorating infrastructure is impeding our ability to compete in the thriving global economy, and improvements are necessary to ensure our country is built for the future. While we have made some progress, reversing the trajectory after decades of underinvestment in our infrastructure requires transformative…

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Capitalizing on Economic Opportunities in Oregon City

By admin / January 22, 2019 /

Oregon City continues to grow and attract new businesses. Our City Manager, Tony Konkol, spoke on Tuesday, January 22nd to review our economic accomplishments in 2018, and to learn about our expectations and opportunities in 2019.

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Learn how to grow your business with CCC’s help

By admin / November 27, 2018 /

Grow your business this month, not your belly! Join Lisa Davidson, Executive Director of Connections with Business and Industry (CBI), to learn about current campus development projects and CBI’s services such as Customized Training, Workforce Services, and Small Business Development Center. Clackamas Community College’s Connections with Business and Industry (CBI) is a one-stop business-support network.…

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The Road Ahead 2018: The Conversation Continues

By admin / October 23, 2018 /

Clackamas County has heard from cities and businesses that a countywide vehicle registration fee (VRF) is needed to relieve congestion, increase safety and maintain local roads. Right now, as the only county in the metropolitan area without a local source of road funds, the county and cities just don’t have the funds to meet those…

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Everyone wants better schools, so … ?

By admin / September 25, 2018 /

“Oregon City Schools November 2018 Bond – Taking our Students into the Future” Find out about the current state of our schools and the plans to help our community’s students be successful in the 21st century! Speakers:* Chris Storey, School Board Member * a senior OCSD District Administrator (TBA) Thanks again to Willamette Falls Media…

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Is it really all about jobs?

By admin / August 28, 2018 /

What is the relationship between population growth and business growth? Does business growth always result in job growth? How would “full employment” affect our community? Will we be ready? Last month, your Oregon City Business Alliance explored issues related to population growth’s impact on housing in Growth Part I: Housing. This month’s Forum brings Part…

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Craft Beer Renaissance in Oregon City!

By admin / August 6, 2018 / Comments Off on Craft Beer Renaissance in Oregon City!

Thanks again to Willamette Falls Media Center for making this video possible. It was recorded at the July 26, 2016, OCBA Members Forum, held at the Abernethy Chapel in Oregon City.

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OCBA May 2016 Forum – “Marijuana: OC Policies & Policing”

By admin / August 6, 2018 /

Thanks again to Willamette Falls Media Center for making this video possible. It was recorded at the May 24, 2016, OCBA Members Forum, held at the Abernethy Chapel in Oregon City.

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Whitewater Park Presentation Video

By admin / August 6, 2018 /

Thanks to Willamette Falls Media Center for making this video possible. It was recorded at the April 19, 2016, OCBA Members Forum, held at the Abernethy Center in Oregon City.

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