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Fairview Point - January 2023
Fairview City Council Welcomes Two New Councilors
During Council’s January 4 meeting, the Councilors elected during the November 2022 general election will take the Oath of Office. This includes two first-time Councilors, Jenni Weber and Paul Copeland, and re-elected Councilor Steve Owen and Mayor Brian Cooper. They join sitting Councilor’s Wendy Lawton, Keith Kudrna, and Steve Marker.
As we welcome in the new, we would like to thank Darren Riordan and Balwant Bhullar for their years of service as Councilors to the Fairview community, and wish them well on their next adventures.
Council meetings are the first and third Wednesday of each month. Public is always welcome to attend meetings in person or can view the live stream at Fairview’s YouTube channel. Meetings are also broadcast live on select cable channels. Go to fairvieworegon.gov/208/Mayor-City-Council for meeting information and viewing options.
Reynolds School District Board & Budget Committee Vacancies
The Reynolds School District School Board and Budget Committee both have vacancies. The Board vacancy is for position 2, with the term ending on June 30, 2025.
The School Board meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. Interviews will be held on January 11, 2023 during the Board Work Session.
The Budget Committee has 5 vacancies with term running 1-3 years. Interviews will be held on January 11, 2023 during the Board Work Session.
Applications can be found online at reynolds.k12.or.us/schoolboard
Christmas Tree Recycling
Twelve Mile Disposal will collect your Christmas tree. Please place the undecorated tree at the curbside on your normal collection day.
If the tree is over 6 feet please cut in half or break down and place in the yard debris container.
No flocked trees will be accepted.
Business owners and apartment managers should contact Twelve Mile Disposal at 503-661-0255 directly to make arrangements for pick up.
Coffee with the City Manager
- Tuesdays in January
- 9-10 AM
- Stomping Grounds | 21825 NE Halsey St.
Come share a cup of coffee with City Manager Philip Morley. Ask questions, make suggestions, or raise concerns.
Please join TriMet staff at the upcoming Open House Event on Thursday January 26th from 5-7pm at Fairview City Hall. They will share information about upcoming service changes and seek feedback before taking action on a proposed fare increase. For more information and to take the survey please visit trimet.org/farepropsal/#feedback or scan QR Code.
Water Conservation Tips: January
Check for leaks. Did you know that leaks can account for up to 12 percent of indoor water use? Kick the new year off with an action that helps your household and your community reduce water waste: checking for leaks. Check for dripping faucets and showerheads, and try dropping some food coloring or a dye tablet in your toilet tank to see if it leaks through to the bowl. Then fix any leaks you find. For help with repairs, try calling a hardware store or a plumber.