Bubenik says he'll run for Tualatin mayor
Tualatin City Council member Frank Bubenik has announced plans to run for mayor of Tualatin in the November election.
Bubenik, who has served on the council since 2011, serves as chair of Washington County CDBG/HOME Policy Advisory Board and is a former member of Washington County Commission on Children and Families.
Bubenik said his priorities include increasing citizen involvement, supporting government relations, improving transportation, managing growth, maintaining the city's clean water, and improving parks and city beautification projects.
He has previously served on the America's Best Communities Committee, the Tualatin Library Advisory Committee, Tualatin Tomorrow Steering Committee (where he was chairman) and the Tualatin Ad Hoc Citizen Involvement Committee.Bubenik's announcement comes on the heels of Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden's announcement that he is running for state labor commission, after withdrawing for a run as chairman of the Washington County Commission last week. Ogden, who has been mayor since 1994, cannot run for re-election because of term limits.
For more information on Bubenik's campaign, visit frankfortualatin.com.