CPO 10 generally meets the third Thursday
of each month at 7 pm at the Jackson Bottom
Wetland Education Center located at
2600 SW Hillsboro Hwy, Hillsboro.
Welcome and Introductions
Call for Nominations of CPO Officers
Public Safety Update / Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy
Sheriff Garrett will address concerns by rural residents of Washington County. We hope everyone from CPOs 10 and 15, and all other interested residents from the surrounding areas will join us for this vital discussion.
Focus Committee member Betty Rose will provide an update.
This CPO Program event, held on October 10th at the Hillsboro Farmers Market in the Civic Center, was a huge success with more than 1,000 attendees and several emergency preparedness agencies participating. We will have copies of earthquake preparedness materials available at this meeting. Be prepared to keep your family safe in case of a possible earthquake!
Laurelwood Quarry - Proposal to Mine Gravel
November 9, 6:30 pm
Meeting on preliminary development plans. Meeting to be held at the Washington County Fire District No. 2, 15200 SW Midway Rd., Hillsboro OR 97123
Clean Water Services Pump Station
November 18, 6 pm
Proposal to build a wastewater pump station at 4622 SW 229th Avenue. Meeting to be held at Rosedale Elementary School, 3901 SW 229th Ave., Beaverton.
None at this time.
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Citizen Participation Organizations 10 and 15 held meetings in March and April 2015 to gain a better understanding of high speed Internet connectivity issues in rural Washington County. The meetings were well attended by rural residents and small businesses who engaged with expert speakers from large and small Internet Service Provider companies.
For background, a list of Internet Service Providers in Washington County, and takeaways from the meetings, see Internet Service in Rural Washington County.
Willamette Water Supply Project
A February CPO 10 guest speaker discussed the proposed Willamette Water Supply Project, which aims to develop the mid-Willamette River as an additional water supply. A new water treatment plant would be built in Wilsonville on the Willamette River, and new pipes would be routed up through Washington County. Tualatin Valley Water District’s Marlys Mock gave an update, showed the route options for pipes, and took questions about the project.
Hillsboro and the Tualatin Valley Water District are the founding partners, and other water providers are being sought to join. Route options for the new pipes have been analyzed for feasibility and to consider public input, which has been collected in a series of Open Houses and CPO meetings.
CPO 10 meeting October 7, 2015. There is some distortion, interference or feedback in some segments, due to an inexpensive recorder being used.
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