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CPO 1 News
CPO 1 April meeting in Bethany
Monday, April 8, 7-8:30 pm, Bethany Church Community Room, 15505 NW Springville
CPO 7 had scheduled a forum to hear from the slate of candidates who are running for seats on the Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District Board of Directors, and they agreed to invite CPO 1 to join them on their regular meeting night. Our regular night, the second Tuesday, is also the regular meeting for the THPRD board, so few candidates were available.
The THPRD board has five members who generally serve four-year terms, and are elected at large by all in-district residents. Because of the resignations of two members, two of the positions in this election are for the unexpired two-year remaining term.Board members set District policy and oversee the District’s annual budget of more than $60 million dollars.
Heidi Edwards and Mahesh Udata are challenging incumbent John Griffiths for the four-year Position 4 seat.
Tya Ping and Bhaskar Aluru are challenging incumbent Ali Kavianian for a four-year Position 5 seat.
Ashley Hartmeier-Prigg is challenging former Board Member Bill Kanable for the two-year unexpired term for Position 3.
Wendy Kroger was appointed to serve in place of one of the Board Members who resigned. Amber D. Wilson-Valdivia challenges her for the remaining two years of the Position 2 seat.
There will be time after the conclusion of the meeting for interaction with any of the candidates who choose to stay.
Plan to attend the meeting, or watch it live on the CPO 1 Facebook page. It will also be available there for viewing later.
The Special District election on May 21 will also include candidates for the Beaverton School District board. All incumbents are running unopposed. Measure 34-286 renews the local option levy for TVFR fire and emergency services. Passage of the levy will continue the current rate of taxation.
Watch for your ballot in the mail around the beginning of May. April 30 is the last day to register.
Wednesday, April 10, 6 pm, Leedy Grange Hall, 835 NW Saltzman
AKS Engineering and Forestry is proposing a six-lot subdivision to be built on a 0.94 acre property at 1775 NW 113th. Neighborhood meetings provide a forum for the applicant and surrounding property owners/residents to review the proposal and identify issues so that they may be considered before the formal application is turned in to the county. Plans presented are preliminary and may be altered before submission.
For more information, contact Mimi Doukas, 503-563-6151 or email@example.com.
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