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CPO 1 meets on the second Tuesday of the month, 7 pm. When in-person meetings are being held, CPO 1 meets at Leedy Grange Hall, 835 NW Saltzman Rd., Portland. All members of the Bonny Slope West, Cedar Hills and Cedar Mills communities are encouraged to attend! 

Note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, CPO 1 is only holding virtual meetings at this time. 
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Join your neighbors at the next CPO 1 community meeting: Tue., June 8, 7 pm  

On the agenda:


7:00 PM

Community Briefings
Washington County Sheriff's Office
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

(as available)
 

7:30 PM  |  FEATURE TOPIC

Significant Environmental Enhancements in Nature Park

Karen DeBaker and Shannon Huggins, Public Affairs, Clean Water Services (CWS), will describe significant environmental enhancements to be made in the Tualatin Hills Nature Park during the replacement of a 40-year-old sewer pipe. This Cedar Mill Creek Sanitary and Regional Stormwater Project began in January 2021 with tree felling and will start construction in mid-June. This two-year project will affect access and use of the trails in the nature park. Visit links below for more information.

They will also share an overview of their organization, including water resource recovery—converting waste to clean water to maintain Tualatin River health, and recover phosphorus as a commercial bi-product in the process—as well as information about their budget and other functions. 

For those who want to do a little prep for the session, Karen and Shannon highly recommend their virtual tour or story map of the process of cleaning water. Lots of interesting photos, easy to access, and will prepare you for the conversation. Also, read about the Tree for All program, where CWS has worked in partnership to plant over 14 million trees and shrubs.


8:00 PM  |  UPDATE

Enhanced Sheriff’s Patrol District Advisory Committee

Bruce Bartlett, Committee Chair, will present the variety of subjects this committee addresses. Law enforcement for the County’s Urban Unincorporated Areas is provided by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The Enhanced Sheriff’s Patrol District (ESPD) allows provision of this service at urban levels rather than the traditionally lower rural level (1 deputy per 1,000 residents, rather than .5 deputy) and is funded by a 5-year serial levy, up for renewal in 2022. The ESPD Advisory Committee (ESPDAC) advises the Sheriff on items of urban concern. 


8:30 PM  |  UPDATE

US Postal Service Reform Act

Since 2006, the United States Postal Service (USPS) has been burdened with a unique requirement to pre-fund its retirement program. The proposed Postal Service Reform Act would address this and other serious problems afflicting the USPS which have been created by Movement Conservative efforts to privatize the USPS. CPO 1 Vice Chair Bruce Bartlett will share the features of the bill and provide information on how you can submit testimony on it.


9:00 PM  |  ADJOURN


FULL AGENDA

 


 

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Note: CPO 1 Facebook page was developed and is maintained by community volunteers.

 

Event Cancellations

All CPO, CCI, and other public meetings and events across the county have been canceled due to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic. This is a precautionary measure being taken to ensure the health and safety of the residents of Washington County.

For more information and updates: Washington County COVID-19 Webpage

 

2021 - Meeting Agendas and Materials 

 Jun. 8
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Significant Environmental Enhancements at Nature Park
    Presented by Clean Water Services
  • Advanced Sheriff's Patrol District Advisory Committee Update
  • US Postal Service Reform Act
 May 11
 Virtual

 Agenda
 Minutes

 Special guests:
  • State Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward
  • Cedar Mill Library Director Peter Leonard
 Apr. 13
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Commissioner Pam Treece
  • OSU Extension Service
    Presented by CPO 1 Vice Chair Bruce Bartlett
  • Filbert Street Sidewalk Project
    Presented by Ben Lively, Project Manager
    Washington County Land Use & Transportation
 Mar. 9
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Water When We Need It?!
    Presented by Tualatin Valley Water District
  • When the Water Stops, What Do You Do?
    Presented by Bill Hall, Founder of Cedar Hills Ready

 Feb. 9
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Affordable Senior Housing Project
    Christ United Methodist Church is partnering with Home First.
    The Development Team:
    Ben Pray and Rob Justus, Home First
    Pastor Ric Shewell, Cedar Mill Christ UMC
    Shannon Wilson, MPA, Housing Development Manager, Washington County - Department of Housing Services
  • Beaverton School District Update
    Presented by Kara Yunck, Communications Coordinator
  • Update on Thompson Road
 Jan. 12
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes 
 Topic: 
  • COVID Vaccination Program in Washington County
  • State Senator Elizabeth Steiner-Hayward
  • PGE’s Project Zero

 

 

2020 - Meeting Agendas and Materials 

 Dec. 8
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Legislative Update
    Oregon District 33 Representative Maxine Dexter
  • Westside Trail and Proposed Pedestrian Connection Over Hwy 26
    Presented by Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation
  • Hwy 217 Auxiliary Lanes Project
    Presented by the Oregon Department of Transportation

 Nov. 10
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topic:
  • Oregon DEQ’s Proposal to Modernize Oregon’s Recycling
    Presented by Thomas Egleston, Manager, Washington County Solid Waste & Recycling
 Oct. 13
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes

 Special Election 2020 meeting:

  • Voting in Washington County
    Presented by Lisa DuPre’, Public Affairs and Communications Coordinator, County Administrative Office
     
  • Oregon House District 33 Representative
    Candidates: Dick Courter, Maxine Dexter
     
  • Metro Council Position 5
    Candidates: Mary Nolan, Chris Smith

  • Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District At-Large Position 2: Candidates: Kieran Sikdar, Casey Storey, Dean Moberg

  • Washington County Charter Amendments
    Presented by Washington County Commissioner Pam Treece

  • Metro Transportation Measure
    Presented by a Metro representative

 Sept. 8
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Road News
    Updates on a number of road projects by CPO 1 Leadership
  • Preserving Natural Areas
    Presentation on Significant Natural Resources by Fran Warren
  • District Attorney's Office
    Presentation by Allison Brown, Senior Deputy District Attorney
 Aug. 11
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
 Jul. 14
 Virtual
 Agenda
 Minutes
 Topic:
  • SNRs Assessment/LCDC Enforcement Order
    Presented by Theresa Cherniak, Principal Planner, Washington County Land Use & Transportation
  • A Tree Code for Washington County?
    Micah Meskel, Activist Program Manager, Portland Audubon

    Watch this meeting on Facebook


    Participants contact info:

    Amy Terrones, Community Outreach Specialist, WashingtonCounty Sheriff’s Office | 503-846-5930 | email 

    Theresa Cherniak, Principal Planner, Washington County Land Use & Transportation | 503-846-3961 | email

    Jill Warren, Chief Petitioner, LCDC Petition | email 

    Micah Meskel, Activist Program Mgr, Portland Audubon | 971-222-6128 | email

 Jun. 9  Minutes
 Agenda
 Topics:
  • Cedar Mill Town Center Plan
    Presented by Andy Back, Division Manager, Land Use & Transportation Planning and Development Services, and John Southgate, Economic Consultant for Washington County
  • District 2 Update by Commissioner Pan Treece

    Watch this meeting on Facebook
 May 12  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
 Mar. 10

 Agenda
 Minutes

 Topics:
  • Meet Your House District 33 Candidates!
  • On the Ballot: Library Levy
 Feb. 11  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • School Lockout/Lockdown
  • Safe Routes to School
  • WashCo Bikes
 Jan. 23  Agenda
 Minutes 
 Topic: 
  • Short-term Rentals
    Presentation by Suzanne Savin, Senior Planner with Land Use & Transportation
  • Topics for 2020 - Brainstorming Session

 

 

2019 - Meeting Agendas and Materials 

 Dec. 10  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • First/Last Mile Project
    Presentation by 5th-6th Grade Lego Robotics Team
  • Beaverton Schools Homeless Education/Foster Care Program
    Presentation by Program Specialist Lisa Mentesana
  • Eat Smart, Waste Less Challege Program
    Presentation by Washington County Solid Waste & Recycling
 Nov. 12  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Cedar Grove Low Income Housing
    Project update by Community Partners for Affordable Housing
  • Significant Natural Resource Program Review and Assessment
    Presentation by Washington County Land Use & Transportation
 Oct. 8  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Special guest: Metro Councilor Juan Carlos González
    Councilor González will provide a Metro update.
  • County's Last Mile Project
    Presentation by Senior Planner Dyami Valentine
 Sep. 10  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Emergency Preparedness
    Presentation by Alita Ostapkovich, Washington County Emergency Management
  • Ride Connection
    Aryka Hanto will share how this program provides free transportation options to older adults, Veterans and people with disabilities.
  • Woodstove Exchange Program
    Tim Davis will describe how the County's program works to clear the air and provide rebates and grants for new safe, efficient heating options to people who use woodstoves.
 Jul. 9  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topics:
  • Air Pollution in CPO 1
    Presentation by CPO 1 resident Susan Mates who has been sudying air quality issues for the Oregon League of Women Voters.
  • Life Time Fitness Development Appeal
    Pesentations by representatives from the City of Beaverton, Life Time Fitness and the opposition group.
 Jun. 11  Agenda
 
 Topic:
  • Citizen Advocacy 101: Making Change Happen
    Workshop presented by Donna Cohen
 May 14  Agenda
 Minutes
 Topic:
  • Beaverton School District Funding
    Representatives from the District will present a slide show on the history of funding education in Oregon and Measures that were passed which affect it, along with facts about teacher salaries, PERS, and outside influences affecting school funding.
  • Cornelius Pass Road Closure
    Mike Pullen, Multnomah County Roads Communications, will provide information on the closure of Cornelius Pass Road coming this summer.
 Apr. 8  Agenda
 
 Topic:
  • THPRD Board Candidates

 *Note: CPO 1 is attending CPO 7 meeting this month.

 Feb. 12  Agenda

 Topics:

  • Oregon Solutions Cedar Mill Creek Remediation Collaborative
    Melissa De Lyser, Public Affairs and Communications, Washington County LUT
  • Cedar Mill Town Plan: What does it call for? How can we update it?
    Erin Wardell, Principal Planner, Transportation Planning, Washington County LUT
     
 Jan. 8  Agenda   Topics: 
  • County Commissioners Handoff
    Greg Malinowski and Pam Treece discuss the issues.
  • CPO 1 Bike & Ped Wish List
    Steve Franks, Washington County Land Use & Transportation

 

 

2018 - Meeting Agendas and Materials

 Dec. 11  Agenda   Topics: 
 
  • Japanese Beetle Update
    Chris Hedstrom from Oregon Dept. of Agriculture will update on the progress of this pest eradication project.
  • Adelante Mujeres
    Evelyn Cantoral, Director of Development, will discuss the work of the organization and how we can help.
  • OHSU Research Study
    Ruti Cogan, OHSU Research Assistant, will present information on an "opt-out" study to allow research.

 Handouts:

  • Materials on Japanese Beetles and other pests from Oregon Dept. of Agriculture
  • Adelante Mujeres information flyer (bi-lingual)
  • OHSU Opt-out study FAQs
 Nov. 13  Agenda   Topics: 
 
  • Metro Update
    Outgoing Metro Councilor Kathryn Harrington gives her final report.
  • Significant Natural Resources Issue Paper
    Discussion with Michelle Miller, LUT, on research conducted for a forth-coming issue paper.
  • Bike and Pedestrian Facilities
    Discussion on more facilities for local roads.
     
 Oct. 9  Agenda 

 Topic:

  • On the Ballot
    Information on the various measures on the November ballot.
     
 Sep. 11  Agenda   Topics: 
 
  • Washington County Kids Program
    Katie Riley will speak on this program to help low-income families get high quality after school care. 
  • Luke-Dorf Homeless Services
    A representative will share what they do and how you can help. 
     
 July 10  Agenda   Topics: 
 
  • New Parks, Old Parks
    Jeannine Rustad, Superintendent of Planning for THPRD, will discuss THPRD's park acquisition and development priorities and policies.
  • Dog Parks?
    THPRD staff will talk about new policies under consideration and what it takes to establish a new off-lease dog park.
     
 June 12  Agenda
 Minutes 
 Topics: 
 
  • Tualatin Riverkeepers
    Ruby Buchholtz will give a project update.
  • Cedar Mill Creek Flooding Update
  • Willamette Water Supply Update
 May 8  Agenda
 Minutes 
 Topics: 
 
  • Metro Update - Kathryn Harrington
  • Tackling Food Waste with the Waste-Not Food Taxi
  • New Development Roundup
     
 Apr. 10  Agenda   Topics: 
 
  • Metro President Candidate Forum
    Candidates Lynne Peterson and Michael Langley are invited to attend.
  • Beaverton School District Levy
    School district representative to discuss the May ballot levy.
  • Should our CPO work on a disaster plan?
 Mar. 13  Agenda
 Minutes 
 Topics: 
 
  • Public Safety and THPRD Updates
  • Meet the Candidates!
    Candidates from County Commissioner District 2 and Metro Council District 4 to attend and answer audience questions.
 Feb. 13  Agenda 
 Minutes
 Topics: 
 
  • Long Range Planning Annual Work Program
  • Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
    Measures on the March ballot. 
 Jan. 9     Meeting has been cancelled.

 

 

2017 - Meeting Agendas and Materials

 Dec. 12  Agenda 
 Minutes
 Topics:
 
  • Update on Legislative Issues
    Guest: State Senator Elizabeth Steiner-Hayward
  • Japanese Beetle Eradication
    An update from Oregon Dept. of Agriculture.
  • Cedar Mill Creek
    Tips for homeowners in the flood zone.
 Nov. 14  Agenda 
 Minutes
 Topics: 
 
  • Solar Power
    What homeowners need to know about home solar energy and an available rebate.
  • Oregon Solutions and the Cedar Mill Creek Flood Remediation Collaborative Project
 Oct. 10  Agenda 
 Minutes

 Topics:

  • Clean Water Services
    How CWS protects the watershed.
  • Metro Update by Kathryn Harrington
  • Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District
    Natural Resources Citizen Program
 Sep. 12  Agenda
 Minutes

 Guest Speaker:

  • Newly Elected THPRD Board Member Holly Thompson
 Jul. 11  Agenda 

 Topics:

  • A Tree Code for Washington County
  • Affordable Housing Project Update
  • Cedar Mill Farmers Market
 Jun. 13  Agenda 

 Topics:

  • Road and Sidewalk Improvements
  • Metro Update
 May 9  Agenda

 Topic:

  • Sheriff Pat Garrett
    Sheriff Garrett will discuss Measure 34-272 which renews the funding of the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District.
 Apr. 11  Agenda

 Topic:

  • Candidates Forum
    Meet your candidates for the Beaverton School District Board and Tualatin Hills Park and Rec District Board.
 Mar. 14  Agenda 

 Topics:

  • Japanese Beetle Eradication Program
  • Willamette Water Supply Programs and Other Projects
 Feb. 13  Agenda

 Topic: 

  • School Overcrowding
    Presenters: Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation and Beaverton School District

 Handouts:


 Watch the meeting:

 CPO 1 video of Feb 2017 meeting.

 Jan. 10  Agenda

Topic:

  • OSU Extension
    Bonny Slope Backyard Gardening Group

 


2016 

 Dec. 13  Meeting Notice with Agenda Topic: Affordable Housing at Cornell and Murray
 Oct. 11   Meeting Notice with Agenda Notes
 Sept. 13  Meeting Notice with Agenda Notes
 July 12  Meeting Notice with Agenda Notes
 June 14  Meeting Notice with Agenda Notes
 May 10  Meeting Notice with Agenda Notes 
 Apr. 26  Meeting Notice with Agenda  Notes
 Feb. 23  Meeting Notice with Agenda  Notes 
 Jan. 26  Meeting Notice with Agenda  Notes