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Generally meets the third Monday of each month
at 7 pm at the Highlands Club House,
12930 SW Peachvale, King City, OR 97224.
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CPO 4K Meeting October 20th at 7pm

Agenda will include presentations from representatives of the 'for' and the 'against' positions on a number of the issues that voters will see on the November 4th ballot. Plus, Maxfield Gardens Development overview.

AGENDA

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ON THE BALLOT

Tigard-Tualatin School District Local Option Levy

The Local Option levy was originally approved in 2000 and renewed in 2004 and 2008.  It is not a new tax. If approved by voters, the Local Option Levy Renewal would continue the existing levy rate for another five years.

A representative from the campaign to renew the Tigard-Tualatin Schools levy will provide information about the levy including financial impact to area residents and the school district.

 

Ballot Measure 90
Changing the Primary and General Election

Ballot Measure 90 would change the general election nomination process, providing for a single primary with the top two choices proceeding to the general election.

Representatives for and against this ballot measure have been invited to speak about the ballot measure and its impacts.

 

King City Police Local Option Levy

King City is seeking renewal of the local option levy which funds police services in the city.

Chuck Fessler, King City Chief of Police, will provide an overview of the levy and how it will impact King City citizens.

 

Maxfield Gardens Development Overview

A preliminary layout will be shown of the development proposed for the west side of 131st across from Jordan Way. This development will involve approximately 55 homes.

 

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Election 2014

Dates to Remember
October 14 - New voter registration deadline.
October 15 - Target mail date for ballots
November 4 - Election Day!

Proposed Vehicle Registration Fee
The County is considering a $30 per year fee on vehicles owned by residents and businesses. A $17 per year fee would apply to motorcycles/mopeds. Government, school, farm, antique, special interest and recreational vehicles, in addition to vehicles owned by disabled veterans would be exempt. If approved by the voters, 60 percent of the funds would be allocated to the county for roads it maintains and 40 percent to cities for use on roads they maintain. The ordinance will also be amended to provide greater clarity on how the funds will be used if the voters approve the fee. For more information visit the County's Transportation Funding page.

Ballot Measures
Measure 34-221 -
Proposed Countywide Vehicle Registration Fee for Road Maintenance
Measure 86 -
Creates fund for Oregonians pursuing post-secondary education.
Measure 87 - Permits employment of state judges by the National Guard and state public universities.
Measure 88 - Provides Oregon resident driver card.
Measure 89 -
Guarantees equal rights regardless of sex.
Measure 90 - Establishes an open, top-two primary election system. 
Measure 91 - Legalizes recreational marijuana.
Measure 92 - Requires labels on genetically engineered foods.

 


 

Interested in taking on a leadership role?

CPO 4K Steering Committee
Consider joining the CPO 4K Executive Committee. The Committee works together to develop programs for monthly meetings. These positions typically require a few hours a year outside of the regular membership meeting. If you are interested, contact Kathy Stallkamp at 503-639-3274 or kstallkamp@yahoo.com.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

INCLEMENT WEATHER? 
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Current funding sources for road maintenance are not keeping up with increasing costs. Washington County is asking voters to consider a countywide vehicle registration fee of $30 per year to help the county and cities maintain our roads now before it costs more to make repairs later.
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CPO 4K Leadership

Steering Committee

Chair
Kathy Stallkamp 

Secretary
Rita Loberger

CCI Rep
Yvonne Johnson

Members at Large
Chuck Fessler, Kay Gooding, Mike Meyer, Jack Miller


CPO 4K Contacts

Kathy Stallkamp, Chair
17635 131st Ave., Tigard, OR 97224
kstallkamp@yahoo.com
503-639-3274


Washington County CPO Program

CPO Program Coordinator
Beth St. Amand
503-821-1114
Beth.StAmand@oregonstate.edu
155 N First Ave., Suite 200 MS48, Hillsboro, OR 97124


Sheriff's Office Contact

Crime Prevention Specialist
Lee Blevins
lee_blevins@co.washington.or.us
503-846-2781


Your Commissioner

Roy Rogers
District 3
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About Your Commissioner

Andy Duyck
Chairman
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About Your Chairman


 

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King City and Vicinity

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Meetings 2014

Agenda 10-20-14 | Minutes

Agenda 9-15-14 | Minutes

Agenda 5-19-14

Agenda 4-21-14

Agenda 2-24-14 | Minutes

Agenda 1-27-14 | Minutes

 


 

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Resilience-Aloha Preparedness Expo - October 18th

This expo is an opportunity to combine the concepts ofdisaster preparedness and resiliency into a fun, informative, hands-on event for individuals, families and neighborhood groups. Everyone is invited to come and learn useful skills that will serve them well—whether facing the aftermath of an earthquake or just wanting to become more self-reliant and energy conscious.

At Mountain View Middle School, 10 am - 2 pm. FLYER

 


 

Open Houses - Willamette Water Supply Program

The Willamette Water Supply Program is planning to develop an additional source of water from the mid-Willamette River at Wilsonville. This project will expand the Willamette River Water Treatment Plant and add pipelines and storage to serve communities in Washington County. Several pipeline route alternatives are being considered. Construction in most areas will not begin for several years.

Upcoming Open Houses on Pipeline Route Alternatives:
October 28 - 6 pm, Wilsonville City Hall, 29799 SW Town Center Loop E
October 30 - 6 pm, Beaverton City Library, 12375 SW 5th St.
November 5 - 6 pm, Mountain View Middle School, 17500 SW Farmington
November 15 - 10 am, Al’s Garden Center, 16920 SW Roy Rogers Rd.

Online Open House:
Available October 14th through November 28th at www.OurReliableWater.org. 

 


 

ON THE BALLOT
Proposed Vehicle Registration Fee

The County is considering a $30 per year fee on vehicles owned by residents and businesses. A $17 per year fee would apply to motorcycles/mopeds. Government, school, farm, antique, special interest and recreational vehicles, in addition to vehicles owned by disabled veterans would be exempt. If approved by the voters, 60 percent of the funds would be allocated to the county for roads it maintains and 40 percent to cities for use on roads they maintain. The ordinance will also be amended to provide greater clarity on how the funds will be used if the voters approve the fee.

For more information visit the County's Transportation Funding page.



OR 99W Safety Project

Construction has begun on OR 99W from Fischer to Durham Road. Once complete, traffic in the area should see a reduction in crashes and all road users will have a safer environment.
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SW Corridor - Refinement Phase and Next Steps

The Draft Staff Recommendation was recently published and open for review by the public. It contains information about the potential High Capacity Transit station areas and multimodal projects currently under consideration in the Refinement Phase. At a June 9th meeting, the recommendations and public feedback—provided in the Draft Public Involvement Report­—were reviewed by the Steering Committee. The committee is considering the suggested changes to the draft recommendation based on public input, further technical analysis and partners’ discussions.
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7:00 pm / Welcome and Announcements
Welcome and meeting overview
Washington County Sheriff’s Department Update
Tigard City Police Update
Tigard Turns the Tide-Tigard-Tualatin School District: Crystal Logan, M.S., Outreach Specialist, and 
Connie Ramaekers, Coalition Director, will give an update on this community coalition working together to prevent drug and alcohol use among local youth.   
Bicycle Transportation Alliance: Lisa Frank an Advocate with the Bicycle Transportation Alliance will give an update on the latest information in Washington County, Tigard and Bull Mountain.
Open Microphone
Neighborhood Meeting Notices and 
Land Use Application Updates
Meeting Adjourned 

 

 

 

Upcoming Washington County Public Affairs Forum Events
Schedule to come.