Citing her extensive experience working with the region’s business community and volunteering in the City, the four Milwaukie City Councilors unanimously appointed Wilda Parks to serve as the City’s interim Mayor during its Regular Session meeting of Feb. 17, 2015 in City Hall.
Architect and author William J. Hawkins, III presenting on his latest book The Legacy of Olmsted Brothers in Portland, Thursday, March 5th, 2015 7pm at the Ledding Library Pond House, 2215 SE Harrison St., Milwaukie, OR 97222.
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The City is working with a design team to transform Adams Street between Main Street and 21st Ave in the South Downtown. The redesign effort is underway with assistance by Walker Macy Architecture and will continue through January 2015. The project is expected to go out for bid in February 2015. Construction is scheduled to commence April 2015 and be completed by the end of June 2015.
Looking for an innovative and dynamic way to engage its citizens in this year’s goal setting, Milwaukie’s newly seated City Council held a live, interactive goal input session on Feb. 7, 2015 in City Hall. More than 40 people attended the two-hour session to present their ideas, others messaged theirs via email and Facebook during the live broadcast, and 143 ideas were submitted before the session opened.