OPINION: King City Recall

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(L to R) Mayor Jaimie Fender, Councilor Kate Mohr, Councilor Smart Ocholi, Councilor Laurie Petrie
(L to R) Mayor Jaimie Fender, Councilor Kate Mohr, Councilor Smart Ocholi, Councilor Laurie Petrie
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Please take a stand for our river and wildlifeSubmitted by Carla Bankston – I need to comment on the King City plan to run Fischer Road through a conservation easement on the north bank of the Tualatin River. My family has lived on the property since 1975…

Vote NO in the upcoming recall electionSubmitted by Jaimie Fender – There is an effort right now in King City to recall 65% of the King City Council, including me and three of the other five councilors. Proponents of this radical recall would like you to think this is about a policy decision…

Let’s get a City Council who will work to protect our neighborhoodsSubmitted by Linda Cahan – The Fischer Road extension in the Transportation System Plan is designed to create a direct connection between 99W and Roy Rogers. King City’s consultants said that about 40% of the traffic that will use this road will be “cut through” traffic. My neighborhood will be sacrificed…

Vote NO on the King City Council recallSubmitted by John Cook – As the Mayor of Tigard for six years, I worked closely with our surrounding communities and local leaders to ensure all our communities and cities were thriving together and supporting one another. That’s the way we do things around here—we work together, respect one another, and engage in constructive dialogue that moves us forward…

Vote YES on the Recall – Submitted by Steve Gearhart – The King City City Council has approved a regional collector road through wetlands and habitat, which is currently protected by a Conservation Easement (held by Columbia Land Trust). There has been a lot of nonsense about what to call this protected area. The ‘name’ is not relevant. The protection that it provides the Tualatin River and wildlife is…

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