Legislative Priorities of 2015 5/4/2015

Legislative Priorities of 2015 (Revised 5/4) The 2015 OSCC Legislative Agenda represents the legislative priorities of the Main Street business community as represented by the 66 local Chambers of Commerce represented by the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce. The OSCC is organized to support business growth, job growth and income growth in each of our [...]

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2015 Oregon State Chamber’s Legislative Priorities

The 2015 OSCC Legislative Agenda represents the legislative priorities of the Main Street business community as represented by the 66 local Chambers of Commerce represented by the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce. The OSCC is organized to support business growth, job growth and income growth in each of our local communities, many of which have [...]

By |2016-11-21T11:14:45-07:00January 27th, 2015|Benefit, Chamber Blog, Community Safety Appreciation, Economy, Eggs ‘N Issues, Endorsements, Events, Jobs, Leadership, Networking, Public Policy, Small business, Sustainability, Tourism|Comments Off on 2015 Oregon State Chamber’s Legislative Priorities

October Clackamas Community College (CCC) calendar of events

September 19 – October 6 - Clackamas Repertory Theatre: ‘The 39 Steps’ Clackamas Repertory Theatre presents the comedy “The 39 Steps” directed by David Smith-English. Evening performances are Thursdays through Saturdays, beginning at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday matinees begin at 2:30 p.m. A pre-show presentation, “Hitchcock Talk” with Ernie Casciato, takes place every Saturday at [...]

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Clackamas County economic development team received Governor’s Film Advocacy Award

Two Clackamas County employees were honored with the Governor's Film Advocacy Award for their contributions to assisting Oregon's film and television industry. Catherine Comer and Jamie Johnk of the county's Business and Economic Development division, were recognized for their efforts in developing Clackamas County's Film and Media Production program. The Governor's office acknowledged individuals around [...]

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