That Was the Week that Was

So I am a day behind posting for last week so here goes:

Last Sunday I attended the Chinese And American friendship dinner and celebration of the Lunar New year, along w/ Chair Bernard and Commissioner Schrader, representing Clackamas County.

On Monday I attended the Union Presidents meeting with the leadership of our union employees and the General Manager , Mr Schmidt and Chair Bernard. That afternoon I was interviewed by 2 organizations where I asked for their endorsement of my campaign.

Tuesday was the regular work session covering procurement rules, Frequent User Analysis of our Human Services division and the law enforcement services, a public hearing on the AirBnB regulation proposals, the Oregon City State of the City event, and the economic development commissions final report for last year.

Wednesday I met with the exec committee of Parrot Creek boys ranch, 2 construction company reps about the trades and CLT, a presentation about Columbia Distributing, a T2020 meeting, and a Webster Road meeting.

Thursday I met with a Rep from Clackamas River Water to offer my input for their future as a former board member, followed by a community group meeting with the Firwood CPO about a serious liveability/criminal problem in their community. That evening we had our quarterly night meeting where there was a presentation on Protecting the Pollinators and an excellent community engagement over the AirBnB rules. Public input was quite valuable and informative.

Friday I attended the Grand opening of the new automotive center at Clackamas Community College and had a delayed birthday dinner with my family.

Saturday I went to the Beavercreek Grange for breakfast and conversation with my fellow grange members and that afternoon ended the week with another celebration of the Lunar New Year with the Oregon Vietnamese Community.

Sunday was a day outside building a deck and wheelbarrowing mulch to the gardens- it felt good to work some muscles!

Ken

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