City Council Testimony - 03.24.20

March 24th, 2020

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March 16th, 2020

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In our Community's Best Interest - Chamber Announcement

March 12th, 2020

Dear Chamber partners and members – We are facing fluid and extraordinary times in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic Mega download. Effective immediately in the best interest of you, your business, and our community, we are suspending all networking, meeting and programming events in person for the foreseeable future until further notice 중국 노래 다운로드. This is not just about COVID-19, but doing our part to ensure there is capacity at our medical facilities to be able to assist with ALL illnesses. This is not about us as individuals but about protecting people with vulnerable immune/compromised systems and our friends and family over 60 멀티파일.

Our office will remain fully staffed and open as normal. We will continue to serve you. I am confident we will find innovative ways to encourage connections and business building in new and technological ways 웹게임 소스 다운로드. We will continue to meet one on one and even get out more to you at your office during this time.
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I am always available to you and would appreciate any and all input as we navigate these challenging times. Please call, email and stay in close touch. Let’s be proactive now and call things off for the short term so that this crisis is mitigated sooner rather than later and we can get back to business as usual. We greatly appreciate your patience and consideration.

Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation have been wonderful in helping us come to a mutual decision to reschedule their Coffee Connection – we thank you!

This is a true test of all of our leadership to ensure the Beaverton business community can navigate through this dramatic and challenging time. This too shall pass and we will be better individuals and businesses because of it.

Thank you –
Lorraine Clarno, President/CEO

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Partnership & Membership MATTER! Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

March 3rd, 2020

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Assistance League 2020 Auction, Fashion Show & Luncheon

February 26th, 2020

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Candidate Endorsement Council Weighs in on Primary 2020

February 26th, 2020

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The Economic Outlook - Rhetoric vs. Reality

February 11th, 2020

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Chamber CEO Testifies at City Council on Charter Review - urges community engagement

January 30th, 2020

January 28, 2020

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Good evening Mayor, City Councilors – thank you for giving us the opportunity to speak this evening.

My name is Lorraine Clarno, I serve as the President/CEO of the Beaverton Area Chamber of Commerce.

I am here this evening representing our Business Advocacy Council and Board of Directors macos 모하비.

We have been following the Charter Review process embarked on earlier this past fall and have done our best to stay up to speed the past few months on your discussions and ultimately, the recommended Charter changes being presented today in this second public hearing.

Beaverton has changed a great deal since the adopted Charter in 1980 and even since the Urban Renewal Charter Amendment in November of 2008 1박2일 시즌1 다운로드. Beaverton as a community, prides itself on being pro-active and current. Successful business operates in a constant world of change and must be evolving and innovating regularly to remain relevant, efficient and ready for the future. To that end we thank you for doing your research and applaud your study to determine what form of government will be best for Beaverton going forward 다운로드.

I have talked with many of our members and partners personally over the past weeks and we recently called for a special meeting of our Business Advocacy Council on this topic resulting in some great discussions. At this time we have more questions than answers and are not here tonight to advocate for or against the recommended City Manager/Strong Council form of government 다운로드. In fact, without naming names here this evening, I was shocked at the number of very engaged business owners and operators that had no knowledge of this work being done.

Beaverton spent 5+ years collecting input and having dialogue with more than 10,000 citizens to develop the Community Visioning plan which has served us so well yum 패키지. When working on the Charter Amendment in 2007 to allow for Urban Renewal I can personally recall a tremendous amount of community outreach and informational sessions many of us participated in to ensure its successful passage. What’s before you this evening is a complete Charter/Constitutional overhaul and this is the second public hearing.

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If your intention this evening is to move this forward for the May ballot, we would ask you to reconsider and look at the November 2020 election ballot. It would give more time for us to understand why this is good for business – our primary focus. It would give more time to get voters up to speed and understand any needs for change 다운로드. And, finally, November would allow for more inclusive conversations and you would have a much more diverse electorate deciding on what is best for Beaverton’s future.

We are here tonight as a partner, to ask for more time to engage the community, get questions answered, and ultimately see a successful campaign that passes the first time to lay the foundation for Beaverton’s future.    

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What are the benefits to the citizens of Beaverton in making this change 해수체 다운로드?

Will this streamline or make it more difficult for businesses to build businesses and create livable wage jobs for the citizens of Beaverton?

How will this change impact the collaboration required of our Beaverton City Leadership with the various special districts, Washington County, Metro, etc. 스틱파이터 다운로드?

If approved, how would the transition truly work given that we have candidates filed to run for positions that may actually change before they are even elected or take their seat.

What are the costs of this change to the taxpayers? The current version of the City Charter being proposed includes the addition of a new City Councilor, a new City Manager, undefined numbers of support staff as needed for the mayor and the Council while not addressing the compensation expenses directly of all of the moving parts other than to give the Council full authority to set the pay levels of all of the above. 

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Assistance League Celebrates 55 years

January 28th, 2020

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Today Assistance League of Greater Portland is located at 4000 SW 117th Avenue, Beaverton with a Thrift and Consignment Shop with 175 volunteer members activex 무료. The funds generated from the shop support Operation School Bell which cloths approximately 4,000 students annually with new clothes in Beaverton, Hillsboro schools and Portland Public School Clothes Closet.   Currently Beaverton and Hillsboro students are shopping for new clothes at Fred Meyer 카라 스텝 다운로드. They are able to purchase $135 of school related clothing. 

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A mother said: “My family has experienced homelessness for a long time and last year finally had a place to call home windows 7 이미지. It was a blessing to have my kids chosen for this program. It made them feel special. They told me, ‘Now with my new clothes, I won’t be picked on in school.’ I cried happy tears 다운로드. You guys made my kids feel good inside. Thank you.”

Assistance League of Greater Portland is an all-volunteer organization so all funds generated stay local and fund additional philanthropic programs which transform lives and strengthen our community:

  • Victims of assault are given dignity with clothing and personal need items through

Assault Survivor Kits® given out at seventeen area hospitals and clinics.

  • Scholarships are awarded to local students pursuing careers in trade programs at

Portland Community College, giving them the skills to earn a livable wage.

  • Member volunteers support the recovery of teen boys in residential treatment run by

Janus Youth Program.

This month’s Coffee Connection, Friday, January 31, will be held at Assistance League. Members will have an opportunity to see first-hand their work and a chance to do a little shopping. On April 27, the annual Portland Promenade Fashion Show luncheon will take place at Multnomah Athletic Club, showcasing area boutiques with a silent and live auction. Tickets are $80 and sell out quickly.

Looking to make a difference in 2020? Consider joining Assistance League. Learn more at www.portland.assistanceleague.org or on Facebook @assistanceleagueofgreaterportland

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Is Your Business Subject to the new CAT Tax?

January 7th, 2020

Dear Corporate Activity Tax stakeholder:

General guidance on how to calculate a business’s Corporate Activity Tax (CAT) liability has been added to the FAQ on the CAT page of the Oregon Department of Revenue’s website atwww.oregon.gov/dor 코비 홈 빌더 다운로드.

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Three other new frequently asked questions and answers have been added to the CAT page. The CAT FAQ includes high level summaries of the first rules and topics which will help taxpayers comply with the law 아웃룩 메일 다운로드.

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  • How do I estimate the amount of the CAT attributable to a sale?

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Oregon Department of Revenue

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