Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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Next on the Legislative Agenda: Redistricting

We presently have four districts in the Oregon House that stretch primarily along our coast. But imagine for a moment if Florence were paired with Eugene, Newport and Toledo with Corvallis, Lincoln City with Salem and Tillamook with McMinnville. We'd essentially have more Valley dominated districts and coastal voices would be diminished.

A collection of interesting news

An editorial in yesterday's Oregonian reflects much of my own thinking on recent COVID developments. Here are some excerpts.

It’s too darned hot!

This isn't my normal Monday newsletter, but after reviewing the weather forecast for the next few days I felt this information may be useful.

Warm days mean farmers markets and summer programs for kids

I wanted to take some time this week to celebrate our remarkable Farmers and Artisan Markets that grace nearly every community across the district.

Local legislative wins and losses

I tend not to write "big bills" of statewide consequence. Instead I focus on proposals with a necessary consequence to our district and our special part of Oregon.

Dollars and Sense

Today I'm looking at a general session overview. And next week I'll cover legislation with a local focus. Your House District 10 team and the Coastal Caucus had a busy session and I am so proud of our accomplishments.

Central Coast wins big as legislature adjourns

When the 2021 Legislative Session concluded late Saturday, Lincoln County quietly emerged as one of the big winners.

Fire response on the fast track

District 10 was hit hard over the 2020 Labor Day Weekend by the Echo Mountain fires and we are only now beginning to build back.

Gomberg delivers moving Memorial Day message

Representative David Gomberg (Central Coast) delivered a powerful Memorial Day message to the Oregon House of Representatives Thursday.

Mother’s Day, helping kids & funding local projects

Getting our kids safely back to school and our families back to work is critical to making sure our "new normal" is a better normal.

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