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Fairview Point  - December 2023

Changes on Fairview City Council

The Fairview City Council appointed E’an Todd to City Council Position 3 at their November 15, 2023 meeting after interviewing five qualified candidates earlier in the evening. Position 3 was recently declared vacant when incumbent Keith Kudrna was appointed as Mayor following the resignation of former Mayor Brian Cooper. E’an will be sworn into office at the December 6, 2023 City Council meeting and will serve in Position 3 until a person is elected at the November 2024 general election and until that person is sworn in at the first Council meeting in 2025. E’an has been serving the Fairview community as a member of the Fairview City Hall Fall 2Planning Commission and Economic Development Advisory Committee.

Councilor Wendy Lawton announced her resignation from the Fairview City Council toward the conclusion of the November 15 meeting, effective Friday, November 17, 2023 at 12:00pm. Wendy was elected to City Council Position 1 in November 2020. Per the City of Fairview Charter, the City Council will declare City Council Position 1 vacant at their December 6, 2023 meeting and will consider an appointment or a process to fill the vacant position. The appointee will serve in Position 1 until a person is elected at the November 2024 general election and until that person is sworn in at the first Council meeting in 2025.

East County Historical Organization 

invites you to “COME TAKE A WALK BACK IN TIME”


  • Both of our Museum’s will be OPEN
  • Heslin House & Zimmerman House
  • Friday & Saturday, December 15 & 16, 2023
  • Noon to 3:00 pm

Give the Gift of Recreation!

  • Winter Registration opens 12/4
  • For more information visit Picture5

Interested in Helping to Shape the Future of Your Community? 

The City Council is accepting applications to fill open volunteer positions on the Budget Committee and Planning Commission. The City Council will interview all candidates prior to appointment consideration. This is anticipated to be scheduled early next year (2024). Volunteer Hands (PNG)

Some of the Council advisory committees also have open positions. To learn more about the committees, open positions and how to apply go to  

Tree Lighting 4x5

Christmas Tree Recycling

Twelve Mile Disposal will collect your Christmas tree. Please place the undecorated tree at the curbside on your normal collection day. Recycle Tree

All lights and decorations must be removed. 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.

Recycle Holidays

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  1. Finance

  1. Public Works

  1. Planning

  1. Police - MCSO