Paul Edgar: Commissioner couldn’t be replaced with anyone who has his wisdom and critical thinking skills. Read more: https://pamplinmedia.com/cr/28-opinion/557756-446382-opinion-clackamas-county-has-pragmatic-leader-in-paul-savas?wallit_nosession=1&fbclid=IwAR0uE7ULUaIlQ0QzbLHbaYamTuSaODJUU97WsKiMl0N9rZV6-J_DOhtAjYs
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Grover Jeffrey Bornefeld: Clackamas County benefits from incumbents with proven track record Read more: https://pamplinmedia.com/cr/28-opinion/561127-449309-opinion-reelect-both-paul-savas-sonya-fischer-to-commission
I learned a lot when I ran for the Clackamas County Commission in last May’s primary. First, running a campaign is really hard work. Next, the range and complexity of […]
Richard Jaskiel: Vote for a trusted commissioner with experience and drive to achieve positive results https://pamplinmedia.com/cr/28-opinion/560155-448462-citizen-paul-savas-deserves-reelection-in-clackamas-county
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — There is major pushback from Clackamas County officials and residents after the Oregon Department of Transportation announced tolls will be added to stretches of I-5 and […]
PORTLAND, Ore. (Portland Tribune) — ODOT has temporarily postponed its decision on tolling stretches of I-205 and I-5 in the next five years and will consider a request from Clackamas […]
State and local officials, led by Canby state representative and gubernatorial candidate Christine Drazan, are continuing to denounce Governor Kate Brown for the latest use of her clemency powers, including […]
Paul Savas is seeking reelection to the Clackamas County Commission Position 2, seat he has held for over a decade. The three-term incumbent says he plans to hit the ground […]
CLACKAMAS COUNTY, OR (KPTV) – Commissioners in Clackamas County spent time at their meeting on Thursday to draft a strongly worded letter to Governor Kate Brown on why they think […]
Clackamas County commissioners voted Tuesday, March 16, to approve an amended resolution from 2017 committing the board to work in a “nonpartisan” manner. The reaffirmation of the resolution came at […]