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Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 27

Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 27

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Neighbors concerned about conditions at Milwaukie Bottledrop; Help keep everyone safe, healthy; Road harassment shouldn't be tolerated
Dynamic duo shows compassion in a crisis

Dynamic duo shows compassion in a crisis

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gary Marschke of NAMI Clackamas: volunteer teachers Cathy Bankson and Elaine Teadke have impacted hundreds of students
Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 20

Clackamas Review/Oregon City News letters for May 20

Clackamas Review - Opinion
First address public health gaps; Linda Neace's blatant disregard of rule; advanced therapies, treatments and a vaccine needed for return to normalcy
Housing isn't optional, and we understand safety concerns

Housing isn't optional, and we understand safety concerns

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Susan Liston: Thank you to all those who voted to help homeless people in the Metro area
In spite of the virus, people are making a difference

In spite of the virus, people are making a difference

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is president of Rivers of Life Center, a nonprofit organization focusing on youth training in the Willamette Valley.
Clackamas Review letters for May 13

Clackamas Review letters for May 13

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gamba/Schrader race; Clackamas County sheriff race, supporters of Schoenfeld, Brandenburg
Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo beans?

Readers Letters: Who's hoarding all those garbanzo beans?

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Letter writers from around the region take aim at COVID-19 pandemic, elections, candidate endorsements and, of course, hoarding.
Candidate's personal slush fund challenges public trust

Candidate's personal slush fund challenges public trust

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Sherry Healy, a resident of Clackamas County, submitted a formal complaint against Tootie Smith to the secretary of state in February.
Clackamas Review letters for May 6

Clackamas Review letters for May 6

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gamba/Schrader race; Clackamas County sheriff race, supporters of Schoenfeld, Brandenburg
America will remain strong, reopen for business

America will remain strong, reopen for business

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Steve Johnson, a former Gladstone city councilor: 'The world hasn't ended. It's just taking a pause.'
Immediately open all Oregon parks, access roads

Immediately open all Oregon parks, access roads

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Bill Osburn is a resident of Gladstone and a candidate for Clackamas County commissioner.
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Clackamas Review - Opinion
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What keeps me awake: one doctor's worry about America's…

What keeps me awake: one doctor's worry about America's…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Iris Schrijver is a physician and serves as medical director of the Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine clinic.
Clackamas Review letters for April 29

Clackamas Review letters for April 29

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Response to view of Gladstone politics; Gamba/Schrader race; Clackamas County sheriff race
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Re-elect Bernard. Humberston to…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Re-elect Bernard. Humberston to…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Karen Trandum supports incumbent Jim Bernard for Clackamas County Chair, and Ken Humberston for re-election to the county Board of Commissioners.
Michael Moore's new film worth watching

Michael Moore's new film worth watching

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Milwaukie resident Elvis Clark: 'Planet of the Humans' ends up demonstrating that 'green' energy is not so green
Readers' letters for April 22

Readers' letters for April 22

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Crisis shows importance of biopharmaceutical research; Brandenburg is best choice for new sheriff
Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Column: Saving Sanity, how are you surviving quarantine?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Columnist Anne Endicott wants to hear from you about how you're spending your time at home.
Clackamas High School drama thankful for outstanding first…

Clackamas High School drama thankful for outstanding first…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Carrie Jo Vincent is retiring at the end of the school year, after spending 27 years in the North Clackamas School District
Gladstone councilors don't play by absenteeism rules

Gladstone councilors don't play by absenteeism rules

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gladstone resident Mindy Garlington is a member of the city's Audit Committee
Ed Zumwalt unmatched in commitment to Milwaukie

Ed Zumwalt unmatched in commitment to Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Lisa Batey encourages public to join her in making a contribution in his memory at leddinglibraryofmilwaukiefoundation.com
COVID-19 increases need to help local seniors

COVID-19 increases need to help local seniors

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Junia Stephens is director of development for Friends of the Milwaukie Center
Free Geek: Working to close digital divide gains importance

Free Geek: Working to close digital divide gains importance

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Nonprofit offers to give students free computers in Clackamas, Multnomah counties
Humbled by fortitude of the human spirit amid COVID-19

Humbled by fortitude of the human spirit amid COVID-19

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Victoria Alley Meinig, CEO of the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce: We are advocating, collaborating and meeting with county commissioners
Former cop's choice for sheriff is Schoenfeld

Former cop's choice for sheriff is Schoenfeld

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Sherwood resident Dave Howard is retired from 30 years of law enforcement in Clackamas County
Beavercreek resident: Schoenfeld has my vote

Beavercreek resident: Schoenfeld has my vote

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Russ Lawrence: Retired CCSO Sgt. Lynn Schoenfeld has not only served the county as an on-the-ground deputy and sergeant, but successfully managed a…
Community college is still open for business

Community college is still open for business

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas Community College Board of Education members: We provide the educated and trained workforce needed to deal with the impacts of COVID-19
Time to put ODOT's Milwaukie building to good use

Time to put ODOT's Milwaukie building to good use

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley resident Kenneth Bailey: Create home for Oregon-learned skills, along with Oregon products from timber, horticulture farm products and…
Take steps to keep yourself healthy indoors

Take steps to keep yourself healthy indoors

Clackamas Review - Opinion
David Golobay is the owner of Sun Glow Heating and Cooling and a member of the Happy Valley Buisness Alliance
Letters for March 25

Letters for March 25

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you, Republican legislators, for protecting Oregon; Ways to boost your immune system

A tribute to Al Schmidhamer, 1927-2019

Clackamas Review - Opinion
A tribute to Al Schmidhamer, 1927-2019
Mike Schmeer, a member of Oak Lodge History Detectives, writes about man said to have owned 'all of McLoughlin Boulevard' at one time, an…

Happy Valley physician arrested again should lose…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley physician arrested again should lose…
Alyson Huntting of Gresham: 'I am hoping that Kaiser Permanente will put their patients before their employees, for their protection and permanently…

Baffled by County Sheriff Craig Roberts' decisions

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Baffled by County Sheriff Craig Roberts' decisions
Two letter writers from Clackamas County on recent search-and-rescue decisions

Chamber opposes new taxes in light of COVID-19

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Chamber opposes new taxes in light of COVID-19
Laura Edmonds is CEO of the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce, whose board voted to oppose the proposed Metro Homeless Services Bond

Vietnam War Veterans Day is our reminder to say,…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Vietnam War Veterans Day is our reminder to say,…
Clackamas County resident Steve Bates is a life member of the Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America

Should Milwaukie really use Sellwood as development…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Should Milwaukie really use Sellwood as development…
Milwaukie resident Ed Zumwalt has had a dozen letters published in the Clackamas Review since 2012. This will be his last.

Milwaukie mayor has my vote for Congress

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Milwaukie mayor has my vote for Congress
Joe Meyer of Happy Valley: Mark Gamba will do far more to fight for us in Clackamas County and beyond

My View: An informed voter is the best defense…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
My View: An informed voter is the best defense…
Secretary of State Elections Division director, Steve Trout, offers ways for voters to detect misinformation as election season looms

Disruption from virus won't stop our quality…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Disruption from virus won't stop our quality…
Mark Garber is publisher of the Portland Tribune and president of Pamplin Media Group. You can reach him at [email protected]

Renewable energy is a benefit to everyone

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Renewable energy is a benefit to everyone
Oak Grove resident Tina Buettell has lived in rural and suburban Clackamas County for 44 years.

Oregon teachers still at risk for spreading COVID-19

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon teachers still at risk for spreading COVID-19
Tiffany Chapman: The private sector of the child care industry is inadequately resourced to handle a public-health crisis of this magnitude

Public should have confidence in state's ability to…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Public should have confidence in state's ability to…
The testing technology has increased greatly and public health officials are trained for this.

Coronavirus provides lessons in social justice

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Coronavirus provides lessons in social justice
Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba is a candidate for Oregon's Fifth Congressional District

We all can help flatten the COVID-19 curve

Clackamas Review - Opinion
We all can help flatten the COVID-19 curve
Susan Liston of Gladstone: Thank you, employees of Clackamas County and the state of Oregon, for the guidelines

Abernethy Bridge needs more immediate attention

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Abernethy Bridge needs more immediate attention
Rachel Prusak has served as state representative for House District 37 since 2019

North Clackamas parks not insulated from county…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
North Clackamas parks not insulated from county…
County Commissioner Paul Savas invites public to now-canceled meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, March 16, at Concord Elementary

'On This Day' book chronicles county history

Clackamas Review - Opinion
'On This Day' book chronicles county history
Mark Hurlburt is the volunteer librarian at the Museum of the Oregon Territory

Electric vehicles have many advantages

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Electric vehicles have many advantages
Tom Webb of Oregon City: There were some pretty large errors and omissions in the commentary by Rachel Dawson in last week's newspaper

CCC board chair points to school's positives

Clackamas Review - Opinion
CCC board chair points to school's positives
Former state legislator Dave Hunt is chair of the Board of Education for Clackamas Community College

Perhaps some state legislators need voting out

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Perhaps some state legislators need voting out
Gail Cordell is a resident and registered voter in the Redland area of unincorporated Oregon City

Oregon City's $7M problem is easily fixed

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City's $7M problem is easily fixed
John Williams, resident of Oregon City: 'Why does the UR Agency have $7 million idling in the bank? Good question!'

Mcloughlin House undergoes second major renovation…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Mcloughlin House undergoes second major renovation…
John Salisbury is a former park ranger at the McLoughlin House, and is now the lead docent at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Oregon City

Let's preserve vital Medicare program

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Let's preserve vital Medicare program
Owner of Snap Fitness locations in Oregon City and Canby: Medicare Advantage has provided a gateway to healthier lifestyles for our local seniors

My View: Retail licenses limit youth tobacco use

Clackamas Review - Opinion
My View: Retail licenses limit youth tobacco use
The World Health Organization: Tobacco kills up to half of its users; 'safer' is far different from 'safe,' author says

Support your community's local newspaper

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Support your community's local newspaper
Gladstone resident Jerry Herrmann is president of Rivers of Life Center, a nonprofit organization

Need for new Clackamas County courthouse is…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Need for new Clackamas County courthouse is…
John Foote is Clackamas County's district attorney, and Kathie Steele is presiding judge of the Clackamas County Circuit Court

Number extravaganza for Bob Moore's 91st birthday

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Number extravaganza for Bob Moore's 91st birthday
Aziz S. Inan, Ph.D., is a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Portland

My View: Human trafficking victims need support

Clackamas Review - Opinion
My View: Human trafficking victims need support
'While many of us may never meet or know a survivor of human trafficking, we cannot be blind to their needs as they suffer in the shadows. Please…

Oregon City's 'renewal area' signs are pathetic

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City's 'renewal area' signs are pathetic
Christine Andretti is a resident of the Rivercrest neighborhood in Oregon City

Protect nature for all, not for a few boaters

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Protect nature for all, not for a few boaters
West Linn resident Travis Williams has been executive director of the nonprofit organization Willamette Riverkeeper since June 2000

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