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THE VILLAGES AT MT. HOOD BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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The Villages at Mt. Hood Board of Directors meet on the first Tuesday of each month at the Hoodland Fire Station 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. We hold an open meeting and everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Tuesday; May 7, 2013
VILLAGES AT MT. HOOD BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Hoodland Fire Department; 69634 E. Hwy. 26, Welches, OR 97067
4:00 Call to Order, Roll Call and Pledge of Allegiance
4:05 Minutes of April 2, 2012
4:15 Treasurer’s Report
4:20 Communications to the Board
4:25 Persons to be Heard
4:30 Chamber Report – Coni Scott
4:50 Staff Liaison Report – Christine Roth
5:05 Old Business
Town Hall and elections
Pharmacy update – George Wilson & Marci Slater
Bike Committee update- George Wilson
5:30 New Business
5:45 Board member comments
Williams Pharmacy will be coming to Mt. Hood! Dr. Jeff Williams (our new local pharmacist)
will be opening Williams Pharmacy, LLC in June 2013. The pharmacy will be located at the
Rendezvous Center next to Board 26. Please check out Dr. Jeff Williams letter of intent on
our Facebook page.
Villages at Mt. Hood Town Hall MeetingSaturday; May 18, 2013Resort at the Mountain (Trees Room)68010 East Fairway Avenue Welches, Oregon 97067
Elections for Villages Board of Directors!
9:00 Doors open for registration and voting
9:30 Call to order and welcome – Bob Reeves
9:35 Explanation of voting process – Christine Roth, Clackamas County staff liaison
9:40 Hoodland Women’s Club Community Center update
9:45 Bicycle Tourism Committee – George Wilson
9:50 Clackamas County Transportation System Plan Update – Karen Buehrig, Clackamas County DTD staff
10:20 Oregon Department of Transportation Hwy 26 Improvements – ODOT staff
10:50 Review maps and talk with Clackamas County and ODOT staff
11:30 VOTING CLOSES
11:50 Announce election results
12:00 Meeting will be adjourned
ODOT Work Crews Scheduled for Thursday, May 9, 2013
On Thursday, May 9th, ODOT crews will make some noise as they use explosives to remove
a hazardous cedar tree that is threatening U.S. 26 near the Tollgate Trailhead (milepost 45).
People in the area should expect loud noises, the sound of a boom, and traffic delays Thursday.
While the blasting will occur in the morning, travelers should expect traffic delays from 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Crews will start flagging traffic as early as 7 a.m. The blast will take place between
8 and 10 a.m. During the blast, crews will stop traffic a safe distance from the blasting area.
Once the controlled blasting operation is complete, crews will flag traffic around the downed
tree as they work to remove it from the highway.Controlled blasting is a common method to
remove hazardous trees when other cutting methods appear to put workers at greater risk.
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Board of Clackamas County (BCC) Outreach Plan
Clackamas County Commissioners have announced a pilot program to strengthen community outreach and identify
local issues of concern throughout Clackamas County. The program assigns a geographic area to each Commissioner
for a period of six months.
The plan includes connecting Commissioners to local organizations within each area so they can attend meetings or
events, meet constituents and learn and advocate on local issues. The pilot project will have no impact on the statutory
responsibility of Commissioners and the Chair who are elected and serve the entire county at-large.
Below are the Outreach Areas and the assigned Commissioner:
the cities of Lake Oswego, Rivergrove and West Linn; CPOs include Birdshill, Forest Highlands, Lake Forest,
Rosewood, Skylands, Southwood Park and Stafford-Tualatin Valley and the Hamlet of Stafford.
Milwaukie, Gladstone and Jennings Lodge, Oak Grove Community Council, Southgate and Clackamas CPOs.
Happy Valley, Oregon City and Carus; Carver-Logan, Clackamas, Clarkes-Highland, Holcomb-Outlook,
Redland-Fischers Mill-Viola, Sunnyside United CPOs and the Hamlet of Beavercreek.
Leland-New Era, Holcomb-Outlook, Ladd Hill, South Clackamas and Far West CPOs and the Hamlet of Beavercreek,
Hamlet of Mulino and the Hamlet of Molalla Prairie.
Bull Run, Carus, Clarkes-Highland, Colton, Eagle Creek-Barton, Estacada, Firwood, Molalla, Mt. Hood Corridor,
Redland-Fischers Mill-Viola, Rhododendron, South Clackamas, Government Camp CPOs and the Hamlet of
Beavercreek, Hamlet of Molalla Prairie and the Villages at Mt. Hood.
Additional information will be posted on the County website at http://www.clackamas.us outlining the new Outreach Areas.
Meeting are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.Hoodland Fire Department69634 East Hwy. 26Welches, Oregon 97067
The Villages at Mt Hood Board of Directors
Bob Reeves - Chairman
George Wilson - Co-Chairman
Kara Verdoorn - Secretary
Judith Norval - Treasurer
Last Updated (Tuesday, 07 May 2013 19:46)