Maloney named director of sales for Entercom Portland
Entercom Radio Portland has named West Linn resident Mike Maloney director of sales for all seven radio stations, including 92.3 KGON (KGON), 94.7 Alternative Portland (KNRK), 97.1 Charlie FM (KYCH), 99.5 The Wolf (KWJJ), 105.1 The Buzz (KRSK), 1080 The FAN (KFXX), 910 ESPN Portland (KMTT) and Smart Reach Digital.
Maloney brings an extensive broadcast background with him to the position. Upon graduating from the University of Oregon, he spent 18 years working at radio groups in the Portland area, in sales and general sales management positions.
Jeremiah appointed to DOGAMI
Katie Jeremiah, an attorney with Jordan Ramis PC, has been appointed to the governing board of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries (DOGAMI). Together with the boards other four members, she will set policies and oversee general operations which guide Oregonians in understanding the risks of natural hazards and the states exceptional geology.
Jeremiah focuses her practice on construction and mining law. She is also co-owner of Aggregate Resource Industries Inc., which is a Springfield rock drilling, blasting and crushing company that is owned and operated by the Jeremiah family.
Jeremiah graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor of Science in construction engineering management and from Lewis & Clark Law School, with dual certificates in environmental law and business law.
Fendon joins Keller Williams
Will Fendon has joined the Luxury Homes International Division of Keller Williams and moved his teams office to the newly renovated offices at 16365 Boones Ferry Road in Lake Oswego.
Previously with Cascade Sothebys International Realty, Fendon was one of the companys highest-producing agents in Portland and Lake Oswego. He is also a five-time winner of the industrys Five Star Professional Award, which is based on third party survey results of past clients, peers and industry experts.
He currently serves on the Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors (PMAR) committee for Professional Standards and Grievances which oversees peer review and ethics compliance, and recently completed two consecutive terms as chairman of PMARs committee for Media and Public Relations.
Fendons team includes Jenny Raze, a buyers specialist with experience in new construction, multi-family, investment properties and property management; Jane Fendon, who brings more than 20 years of business experience to her responsibilities in business development and sales and Chelsey Reid, a licensed realtor who handles transactions and administrative work for the team.
Zeppo transforming into Holy Taco
Owners Doug and Wendy Lee have closed Zeppo Restaurant and will reopen the newly renovated space at Holy Taco, an upscale, authentic Mexican eatery featuring Cascade Range proteins, fresh local fruits and vegetables and unique margaritas.
Holy Taco is planned to open at the end of October with an all-new, one-of-a-kind menu and complete new look. Patrons can track the progress of the transformation on Facebook.com/holytacopdx or on Instagram @holytacopdx.
Holy Taco will be located at 345 First St. in downtown Lake Oswego.
Pesticide collection event planned
Agricultural producers in Clackamas County can dispose of old and unusable pesticides at a collection event scheduled for Nov. 5 in Clackamas.
Participants must pre-register to participate. The disposal company uses the registration to be prepared to receive the chemicals and calculate when the available funds are depleted and registration must close.
The event takes place at the Safety Kleen facility located at 16540 S.E. 130th Ave., Clackamas.
This is a first-come, first-served event. Registration forms are available online at conservationdistrict.org or clackamasproviders.org or by calling the district office at 503-210-6000.
Recycle clean and residue free, triple-rinsed plastic containers up to 55-gallon capacity at no charge. No pre-registration is required for container drop off. For information on preparing containers to recycle, go to agriplasinc.com/containerprep.html.
This event is a great opportunity for farmers, nursery owners and other growers to safely and anonymously dispose of harmful pesticides at no charge and with no questions asked.
Floral Image expands to serve LO, WL
Floral Image is now offering corporate floral rental service in Lake Oswego and West Linn. They offer life-like, maintenance-free arrangements that stay bright and fresh all year long. You never have to change water or worry about cleaning up leaves or petals.
Floral arrangement monthly costs range from $35 to $55, and there are no contracts.
Learn more online at floralimage.com.
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