What's Inside? Gresham City Council backs mechatronics and Rip Caswell's family sculpting.

FILE PHOTO - The development proposed in Fairview.The following comments were made on The Outlook's Facebook page:

Residences over retail proposed in Fairview 

Twenty two apartments, four commercial spaces planned for three-story building

I like it. I think this area needs more walkable, street level retail like this. Maybe a good restaurant or two will move in.

David Strohl


Gresham City Council backs mechatronics and manufacturing students

Mt. Hood Community College program cultivates local workforce, city leaders say

Gresham City Council, thank you for supporting this program and out community college. It is refreshing that council is playing an active role in fostering collaboration between our business community, municipal government and education.

Tamie Tlustos-Arnold 

Fairview City Councilor/MHCC board member

: Gresham City Council … excellent decision. Thank you for supporting student training programs at Mt. Hood Community College.

Shirley Root Craddick 

Metro Councilor, District 1

Strategy to preserve Corbett's history in place

Corbett supports plan to build museum near Vista House on the Historic Columbia River Highway

Oh good, exactly what Corbettonians want … another reason for "townsfolk" to come to Corbett HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Randy Lauer

Troutdale City Councilor

Family sculpting

Rip Caswell and his sons, Chase and Chad, bring art to East Multnomah County and beyond

I'm looking forward to seeing Chad's bronze teddy bear at the dedication party Sept. 29 in downtown Gresham. And everyone will be able to see it the next day Sept. 30 during the Soroptimist Teddy Bear Parade. Thank you Gresham Outdoor Public Art and Soroptimists!

June Jacobs

Gresham Soroptimists


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