League of Women Voters of Clackamas County

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September Kickoff Event: September19, 5:30 p.m.
US Census

Dine & Discourse: September 24, 6:45 to 8:45

October Units: October 14-19:Ballot Measures


             Are you ready to make a difference? 
Think about joining the League of Women Voters!

Who we are:
A grassroots nonpartisan organization that envisions informed citizens participating in a fully accessible, responsive, and transparent government to achieve the common good.

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How we advocate on issues:
We conduct in-depth studies of issues, develop positions, and advocate at all levels of government in the areas of Governance, Social Policy, and Natural Resources.

November General Meeting

The State of Recycling in Clackamas County
(and related topics)
Wednesday November 14, 2018
1:30 - 3:00 pm
Riverside Room at Oswego Pointe Clubhouse
5065 Foothills Drive, Lake Oswego

Eben Polk, Sustainability Supervisor, Clackamas County Sustainability Office, will spend the afternoon with the LWV of Clackamas County members, friends and public discussing the topic of “materials management” that civilians refer to as “recycling”. Mr. Polk has been with the county for 10 years.
Sustainable Clackamas County is the home of programs, initiatives and policies to promote waste prevention and efficient use of resources and energy in households, businesses and schools. The focus is based in environmental impact, energy efficiency, climate change and social equity.
The Oregon Administrative Rules define recycling as “any process by which solid waste materials are transformed into new products in such a manner that the original products may lose their identity.”
On January 1, 2018, recycling practices and markets were topsy-turvy following China’s ban on plastics and paper previously accepted from the US.  Have you noticed the impact on your garbage bill? Have you learned the common recycling blunders and changed your ways?
The LWVCC general meetings are open to the public. Invite and bring your friends and neighbors to meet us and learn with us.

Driving directions.  From Highway 43/N State Street in Lake Oswego, turn east/towards Willamette River onto Foothills Road. (Stoplight at this “T” intersection). Turn right at flashing red light (downhill) onto Oswego Pointe Drive.  Turn left onto Foothills Drive (first left possible). Visitor parking in lot and on Foothills Drive.

Public Transportation: TriMet routes 35 & 36 stop on N State near Foothills intersection. Walk downhill 0.3 miles.



P.O. Box 411, Lake Oswego, OR 97034 | Contact us: lwvclackamas@lwvclackamas.org
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