We have enough funds to start but NOT enough to finish. The FBMP and GSE Inc. entered into a contract that guarantees the amount for the total project, if we can complete it by Sept. 30 2017. But if we extend the project past Sept 2017, the cost will go up and we lose the favorable pricing for a complete project.
Snider is running for re-election in November. While many projects have finished well (among them, the Lake Oswego Water System), there are many in process that he would like to see to a beneficial end, and other projects that are not yet started but that would be great for the With ongoing issues such as urban growth boundaries and the Tigard Triangle, Snider, if re-elected, will continue his work with a basic knowledge of what his constituencies favor, enabled with new energy of a full term ahead. In his next term, Snider and his Council peers would like to continue finding ways to expedite the Council’s work and save time and tax dollars when City tasks and improvements are not further complicated by external considerations but can be accomplished within the City’s authority for completion.
- Dale Werner from Alpenrose Dairy brought ice cream cups to help cool us off.
- City of Tigard-granted the Friends of Bull Mountain a community grant to help advertise and sell items for fundraising.
- Signscope on Hwy 99 - made our signs to help us promote our summer events.
- And all the bands who came to perform: Hot Rod and the Convertibles, Jason Moore Guitar Students, High-water Johnny/Big Chief and the Hedgehogs, Jack Mortenson Music/Niamh Official Music and the Tigard High Guitar band.
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