NEWS BRIEFS: Council approves street name change
Council approves street name change
What Clackamas County documents referred to as East First Street will soon be known officially as East First Avenue.
After an initial vote in favor of the name change during a meeting on Monday, Jan. 8, the ordinance received a second and final vote on Monday, Jan. 22.
The street was already known as East First Avenue on street signs and city documents.
The street is an approximately 680-foot in length, connecting the two ends of Southeast Regan Hill Loop.
Commissioners plan State of County
The 2018 State of Clackamas County will feature all five county commissioners. Topics of discussion will include how decisions on local issues affect residents, what the community can expect in the coming years and what ideas commissioners are pursuing to support the region.
Commissioners will speak on progress made in 2017, and on this year's priorities. Members of the public are invited to attend and pose questions about either topic.
The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, at the Monarch Hotel and Conference Center. Registration is required and can be completed at www.bit.ly/2CTIJUK.
Tickets cost $30 and include lunch, or there is no fee for attending and being seated at theater seating at the back of the room.
The event will be recorded and later aired on the Clackamas County Government Channel and YouTube at www.youtube.com/ClackamasCounty. The Monarch Hotel and Conference Center is at 12566 S.E. 93rd Ave., Clackamas.