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Dylan Blaylock, Clackamas County Community Relations Specialist, 503-742-5917


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Town hall on ‘Building a Strong Infrastructure’ set for June 17

Clackamas County Commissioners will hold a town hall on Wednesday, June 17, at Milwaukie High School starting at 6:00 p.m. All residents, business owners and other stakeholders of the county are welcome and encouraged to attend.

The theme of this town hall is “Building a Strong Infrastructure.” During the first half of the event, commissioners will focus on the county’s efforts in this area and citizens are urged to voice questions, concerns and comments related to our local infrastructure.

Infrastructure-related issues may include:

This is an opportunity for all county stakeholders to voice their opinions in a conversation with commissioners. While the first half of this Q&A format will center on infrastructure, attendees are free to raise questions of any nature related to the county during the second half.

This “Building a Strong Infrastructure” theme is a priority of Performance Clackamas, a strategic plan previously adopted by the county. Later this year, town halls are also set for Canby and Welches, each to focus on different priorities of Performance Clackamas. More on these points can be found at

Milwaukie High School is located at 11300 SE 23rd Ave. in Milwaukie. The event will take place in the school’s commons (cafeteria).

For more information, members of the media may contact Community Relations Specialist Dylan Blaylock at or 503-742-5917.


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