After 2 ½ years, the Tualatin ABC Community Revitalization has been submitted. This competition allowed us to align our industrial/manufacturing need for skilled workers with Tualatin’s need for creative space. Please take a look at the attached plan focused on STEAM education to see what we’ve created and what’s yet to come. This has been […]
Dear OSCC Members and Colleagues – To date, the 2017 legislative session has been one of the slowest moving sessions in recent history. Discussions on solving the state’s budget deficit and funding a comprehensive transportation plan have seemingly utilized nearly all of the legislature’s bandwidth. Very little else is moving. We have long felt that in light […]
a note from Chad Darby, Director Full article here. After a hard freeze this winter, I am so happy to see my shallots are now up and about 6” tall. I always think these are a great sign of shaking off the winter and getting back into the growing season. I am so excited to […]
Dear OSCC Members and Colleagues – We’ll start with some great news this week … In a highly anticipated court decision, the Multnomah County Circuit Court ruled against the new BOLI interpretation of Oregon’s daily overtime statute for manufacturers in the Portland Specialty Baking case. As you’ll recall, BOLI’s new interpretation of Oregon’s daily overtime […]
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