Letters for May 23

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you, Gladstone voters, for supporting library; Environment important to HD39

Foundation of local democracy is under threat

Clackamas Review - Opinion
John Williams, former Oregon City mayor, was co-chief petitioner for the ballot measure to force votes on Oregon City urban-renewal projects

Can Oak Lodge hold onto its quality of life?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Elizabeth M. Bentley, resident of Jennings Lodge, says proposed 72-tract housing development should become a park

More needs to be done for our homeless children

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Robin Troche is a Milwaukie High School teacher and president of the North Clackamas Education Association; Kathy Wai is a member of the North…

My View: Congress averts next season of smoke

Clackamas Review - Opinion
It's taken more than 100 years to create the crisis in our public forests, so don't expect results overnight. But Congress' action is an important…

NCSD's rebuttal to Patrick Sheehan opinion

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Cindy Quintanilla is executive director of community relations in the North Clackamas School District

Have faith in North Clackamas schools' naming committee

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Erin Bell of Happy Valley: Both of my children will be proud to attend Nelson High School

North Clackamas schools' naming process biased, distorted

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Patrick Sheehan is a real estate broker in Happy Valley and served as state representative to the area in the 2011-12 legislative session

Annexation shows you can't fight City Hall

Clackamas Review - Opinion
On Monday, May 14, we are facing the largest annexation in the history of Oregon City

Letters for May 7

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Joe Buck for Metro; Happy Valley parks measure; County Commissioner Paul Savas; Teacher Appreciation Week

Please vote YES on Measure 3-530 for Gladstone library

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Constant throughout the time in question was Steve Johnson's term on the city council

Opportunity knocks for Clackamas County's McLoughlin…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paul Savas, who is an Oak Grove resident, is running for re-election as a Clackamas County commissioner

Please do not vote to re-elect Sherry Hall as clerk

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paul Hanes recently retired as a deputy clerk in the Clackamas County Elections Office

Time for honest, proactive approach to county elections

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Pamela White is a candidate for Clackamas County elections clerk running against Sherry Hall

Letters for April 27

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley parks, Paul Savas, Knute Buehler, Gladstone library among May 15 election issues discussed

Letters for April 25

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley parks measure; Paul Savas; Lori Chavez-DeRemer; renter relocation assistance; Gladstone politics; John Lee; Joe Buck; Gladstone library

New library for city of Gladstone is long overdue

Clackamas Review - Opinion
This opinion piece is signed by Beverly Chase, president of the Gladstone Public Library Foundation, along with the other members of the nonprofit's…

Language toward a stigma-free me - and you?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michele Veenker, executive director of NAMI Clackamas, is the mother of a child with bipolar disorder

Happy Valley parks levy - Why should we care?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Glen Sachet, member of Friends of Happy Valley Parks, supports continuation of a tax levy of $0.54 for every $1,000 of assessed home value

Letters for April 18

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Vote yes on Gladstone library Measure 3-350; Independents for Chavez-DeRemer

Happy Valley park enchants out-of-town guests

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Zac Stafford and his wife sold their Minneapolis home in 2015 to travel and house sit around the world

Simple fixes to enfranchise more Oregon voters

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paul Hanes recently retired as a deputy clerk in the Clackamas County Elections Office

Each student deserves safe, welcoming and inclusive…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
This resolution was passed unanimously by the school board Feb. 8 and signed by North Clackamas Board of Directors Chair Rein Vaga

Letters for April 11

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Do more to improve kids' safety getting to school; Yes on Happy Valley parks; Ridculous citation could lead to law change

Don't buy your prescriptions without some discount

Clackamas Review - Opinion
T. Michael Norris, MD, FAAFP, is a volunteer doctor and board member of Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine

Letter: Time to retire Clackamas County's 'hopeless' clerk

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michael Munk of Oak Grove recommends Sherry Healy as 'our best chance for success'

Fix traffic problems on Oregon City's Holcomb Boulevard

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Tom Geil, resident of Oregon City, encourages attendance at continuation of Planning Commission hearings at 7 p.m. Monday, April 9

Steps that we're taking toward greater school safety in NCSD

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School incident raises questions and concerns about safety of schools in the North Clackamas School District

OHSU, Adventist together inspire health

Clackamas Review - Opinion
This op-ed was co-authored by Joyce Newmyer, president of Adventist Health Pacific Northwest Region, and David Russell, president of Adventist Health…

Gladstone City Councilor Linda Neace should step down

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Neal Reisner is a Gladstone city councilor who is surprised by fellow elected official's recent tone

Appreciation for partnership between veterans, Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Other letters for March 28 paper include county support for Paris accord; Ledding Library funding shortfall; Milwaukie housing emergency; state…

Don't throw rocks if you live in a glass house

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Frank Hernandez is a Gladstone resident responding to Steve Johnson's March 14 op-ed

Former elections manager endorses Sherry Hall's opponent

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Steve Kindred was manager of Clackamas County's Election Division until he retired in late 2017

Letters for March 21

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Pass the Alzheimer's Act; Riverside Elementary School safety concerns on River Road

Library storytime can change the world

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michael Milch serves as a Gladstone city councilor and as grandpa to seventh-grade twins, Maddie and Austin, 1-year-old Alex and a sibling to be…

Gladstone recall has proven to be well justified

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Greg Alexander is a Gladstone citizen supporting recalls against Steve Johnson, Linda Neace

Letters for March 14

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Time for change on this ridiculous seat-belt law; Boost for cancer awareness

Perception shouldn't become law in Gladstone

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Steve Johnson, former Gladstone city councilor, weighs in on council appointment, meeting of city councilors at local bar

Milwaukie City Council urged to pass relocation assistance

Clackamas Review - Opinion
At last week's meeting at Milwaukie City Hall, tenants call for passage of ordinance as part of work on affordable housing

Letters for March 7

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Milwaukie housing emergency continues; state senator's statement about 'no limits on guns'

Stella: A good dog who will again have her day

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Arbor/Earth Day celebration will mark a new day for Oregon City's involvement in beautifying McLoughlin Promenade

Justice for those who can afford it in Gladstone

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Enforcement of the public meetings laws in Oregon falls on those who can afford the attorneys and filing fees

Letters for Feb. 28

Clackamas Review - Opinion
CCC asks for state support to keep tuition in check; Oregon City annexation; Zuckerberg not PMG prez

I will not carry a gun into school

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Students are demanding an answer to their question, but arming teachers is not that answer.

Remembering Tony Kneidek and the Marmot Road deer

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Through eavesdropping and osmosis, Tony made me a better reporter, writes columnist Paul Keller.

Goal met to support Milwaukie Police K9 Unit

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Dave Hedges is the secretary of the Milwaukie Public Safety Foundation, which has raised sufficient funding to be able to offer support to the…

Cap-and-trade could harm manufacturing

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Lori Olund is president of Miles Fiberglass & Composites Inc., a family-owned business in Clackamas County

Oregon must lead on protecting climate

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Wesley Allen is a speech pathologist from Southeast Portland who volunteers with 350PDX and the Oregon Sierra Club

Danger of congestion and tolling is diversion on…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paul Savas is a Clackamas County commissioner who is running for re-election this year

Letters for Feb. 14

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Proud to be a resident of Happy Valley; Support bill to protect victims of domestic violence

Our Opinion: A solution to 'bummer gun' journalism

Clackamas Review - Opinion
As newsrooms shrank during and since the last recession and readers turned to their phones for news, coverage skewed toward what was easy, cheap and…

Letters for Feb. 7

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Rep. Kennemer respected for business advocacy; County spelling-bee volunteers needed; Happy Valley's mayor should get support

Stay connected to high school sports: Become an…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
In most areas, high school officials are retiring faster than new officials are being added.

Proposed annexation in Oregon City is dangerous,…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Tom Geil is a resident of the Park Place neighborhood in Oregon City who will be testifying at a Feb. 12 Planning Commissioner meeting

Remembering the Oatfield House, 1903-2017

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Pat Culley Kennedy is a resident of Oak Grove who has long advocated for saving the piece of local history

Requiem for a once thriving McLoughlin Boulevard

Clackamas Review - Opinion
G.F. 'Gary' Blair, a longtime resident of Oak Grove, suggests it's time to develop a short and long-term vision

Letter: Not feeling empowered by Mayor Mark Gamba's…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Bob 'Elvis' Clark of Milwaukie writes that sidewalk fee should go to a vote of citizens

Letters for Jan. 24

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Diagnosis leads to decision to attend virtual school; Should NRA be the issue?

Heritage cruises tested in Salem - next stop…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is president and founder of Rivers of Life Center. Matthew Riegg is Rivers of Life Center program administrator.

Who's going to step up for local transportation…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Charles Gallia is a resident of the Carver neighborhood outside of Oregon City who is running for Senate District 20

Letters for Jan. 17

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Be cautious of wildlife at night in Happy Valley; Citizen oversight for Milwaukie police needed; Hands off stable funding for libraries; A case for a…

Julie Parrish's dirty trick muddies waters on…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas resident Sherry Healy is chair of the Elections Integrity Caucus, Democratic Party of Oregon

Health care tax doesn't pass fairness test

Clackamas Review - Opinion
State Reps. Cedric Hayden, R-Roseburg, and Julie Parrish, R-West Linn, led the successful effort to put the health care tax to a public vote

MEASURE 101: Voters should OK tax increase

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Vote yes on this great example of sausage making at its best in the Oregon Legislature

My View: The tax reform bill should be a moral…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Whatever our political affiliation, we would do well to judge the tax reform bill in the context of Jesus' words

Letters for Jan. 10

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Sen. Olsen needs to revise stance on guns too; What are Gladstone's revitalization priorities?

Inspired to run for another term as representative

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jeff Reardon represents Oregon House District 48, covering parts of Milwaukie, Happy Valley, Portland and unincorporated northern Clackamas County

Alan Olsen encourages budget oblivion

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley resident Gary Duell starts with Olsen's last claim, that Olsen protects us from 'zealots who would tax Oregonians into oblivion.'

Secretary of state shouldn't mess with citizen…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas resident Sherry Healy is chair of the Elections Integrity Caucus, Democratic Party of Oregon

Oak Grove Fred Meyer fails at bartending

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Last Friday morning I stopped by the Oak Grove Fred Meyer to get some groceries and checked out the bar/growler fill station

Letters: State senator fails to convince; yes on…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Alan Olsen received a zero rating from the League of Conservation Voters; Opponents of Measure 101 claim falsely that Measure 101 is a sales tax

Elect Ann Lininger as Clackamas County Circuit…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Committee to Elect Judge Lininger includes State Rep. Karin Power (D-Milwaukie)

How Happy Valley became Oregon's fastest-growing…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Mark Hurlburt is a lifelong Happy Valley resident, historian and a board member for the Milwaukie Museum

My View: Give to the arts by year-end

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Oregonians may get a 2017 tax credit for giving to the Oregon Cultural Trust and qualifying arts organizations by Dec. 31.

My View: Kids' health shouldn't be a budget…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Congress has cut funding to the Children's Health Insurance Program; Sen. Ron Wyden vows to fight for funding to allow the program to continue.

Letters for Dec. 20

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you, Milwaukie Santa, local Christmas hero; Sen. Alan Olsen right to ignore environment

Strengthen Oregon's workforce with clean energy jobs

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Abe Fouhy is a renewable energy, industrial maintenance and alternative fuel instructor at Clackamas Community College

My View: Gun control laws do make a difference

Clackamas Review - Opinion
There is no denying that gun violence is a complex problem. But as a founding board member of Gun Owners for Responsible Ownership, I know there are…

Alan Olsen protects state from being taxed 'into…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Olsen represents Senate District 20, which covers Oregon City, Gladstone, Jennings Lodge, Estacada, Mulino, Beavercreek, Redland and Canby.

Happy Valley is doing little for working poor

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer used her Dec. 6 Community Soapbox primarily to condemn Metro's urban-growth boundary

The Linda Neace we know is committed to Gladstone

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is a Gladstone resident and Margie Hughes is an Oregon City resident

My View: Kids' health shouldn't be a budget…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Congress has cut funding to the Children's Health Insurance Program; Sen. Ron Wyden vows to fight for funding to allow the program to continue.

Letters: State Sen. Alan Olsen; County Clerk Sherry…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Olsen received a zero rating from the League of Conservation Voters; Clackamas County elections clerk points out information pertaining to voters is…

Urban-growth boundary contributes to metro-area…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Urban-growth boundary hinders our ability to build housing on completely buildable land

Trying to move forward in positive manner

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gladstone City Councilor Linda Neace: 'Thank you to those many people who have stood by me. I hope others may forgive my mistakes so our community…

'Winning' library solution found for Gladstone, Oak…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
By Gladstone City Administrator Jacque Betz and Clackamas County Administrator Don Krupp

Tis the season to be extra safe

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jo Becker is an Oregon-based pet mom and surrogate livestock handler for neighbors in the Oregon City area

Tolling could eliminate traffic congestion

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Earlier this year the state Legislature passed a bill requiring the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) to apply for federal authorization to…

Watch your step on new city of Gladstone laws

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Bring a tape measure when you next walk your dog in our Gladstone parks, or you could be going to jail.

Tree ordinance badly needed in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Had the public been aware of 27 mature evergreens, I believe the Mission Park project would have a different character

Letter: Celebrate this year's National Education…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
This week is American Education Week (Nov. 13-17, 2017) - a five-day period to celebrate public education

Double your contributions to local art

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Our dependence on our U.S. families, workplaces and communities rests on trust.

Imagine an inspiring vision for our Oak Lodge…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oak Grove's Concord School property could have 20,000-square-foot new library

Why are we disenfranchising voters?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thank you for covering this unacceptable situation in the Elections Office of Clackamas County

Blue Heron Beginnings, PIONEER PAPER PATRIMONY

Clackamas Review - Opinion
The short life and long legacy of the Oregon City Paper Manufacturing Company

Letters: Annexation measure in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Some letter writers say oppose outside influences on Happy Valley, others oppose Prestige Care development

Why increase residential speed limits?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
How is it that the residential streets, Myers Road, Leland Road and Linn Avenue have speed signs posted at 35 mph?

Letters for Nov. 1

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Everyone takes stand against cancer; bad drivers in Milwaukie are a liability

Time for more social services on McLoughlin…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oak Lodge does not have 'neighborhood' access to Clackamas County Social Services

We need leadership from DAs, not denials

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas County DA John Foote should have embraced ACLU of Oregon's 'They Report to You' initiative
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