Published in The Clackamas Review – 5/3 After years of engaging neighbors and businesses in the McLoughlin Area of Oak Grove and Jennings Lodge, one common theme emerges: The community […]
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Savas understands the realities West Linn Tidings 4/19 As a Democrat and Neighborhood Leader who knocks on lots of Democratic doors in my local precincts, I am concerned. How can […]
Common-sense approach Lake Oswego Review 4/19 I have been a Paul Savas supporter since I first met him over 20 years ago. At that time, he was an elected official […]
Support Savas Lake Oswego Review 4/19 As a longtime resident and activist who has most recently been involved with the library settlement between the county and Gladstone, I know I […]
Savas bids for third county board term Wilsonville Spokesman 4/15 In the eight years since Paul Savas joined the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners, many of the core issues facing […]
Candidates discuss regional issues Sandy Post 4/11 All but one candidate running for local elected office attended the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee’s candidates forum Monday night, […]
Colton Corner: County commissioner talks local issues Molalla Pioneer 3/19 Homelessness is an important issue to Savas as he helps take the homeless count each year. He mentioned the lack […]
Danger of congestion tolling diversion on local streets Op-Ed by Commissioner Paul Savas Published in The Clackamas Review 2/16 “There are some elected officials who are advocating that all roads […]
Freeways top list of Clackamas County priorities Clackamas Review 2/2 Commissioner Paul Savas said that he’d like to see the tolling plans for I-205 go into funding transportation projects, not […]
Portland region officials begin work on congestion pricing tolling plan OPB 11/20 However, it’s clear there are a number of cross-currents [against tolling plans]. Clackamas County Commissioner Paul Savas said […]