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 wants improvements on the boulevard and the surrounding area. Whether it is different shopping opportunities, business types, restaurants or housing, there is no shortage of […]
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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 someone with no government or volunteer service, with a vague resume, who has lived and worked out of Clackamas County and Oregon for most of […]
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 of the Oak Lodge Water District and then the Oak Lodge Sanitary District. I have watched him mature over those 20 years, but one thing […]
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 speak for many others when I say that if you care about libraries, there is no better candidate for county commissioner than Paul Savas. If […]
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 the region haven’t changed. But Savas has changed, and he feels more prepared than ever to advocate on behalf of matters like transportation, housing and […]
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, April 9. From 5:30-8 p.m. would-be representatives for House District 52, Senate District 26, Clackamas County Clerk and Clackamas County Commissioners No. 2 and No. […]
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 of housing, poverty in rural regions, zombie homes, where the uncertainty of ownership leaves them vacant, and affordable housing. He also agreed that land use […]
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 and streets be tolled. This would put residents and commuters in Clackamas and Washington counties at a serious and unfair disadvantage.” – Commissioner Paul Savas […]
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 just discourage people to use freeways during peak periods. “People want to see those [tolling] dollars invested into the system itself,” Savas said. Savas said […]
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 many of his constituents don’t have good alternatives to driving. “I’m hoping there is more of an emphasis on capacity,” he said, “that we have more […]