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If you'd like to schedule an appointment to meet with me, or to invite me to a community event, please call Cristina at 503-823-4124, or email her. The time reserved for constituent meetings is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. The slots often fill up weeks or even months in advance, but everyone gets a turn. Every Portlander (and some folks from outside Portland, but Portlanders get priority) has access to meet with me. My scheduler, Cristina, saves two half hours every week for anyone to schedule an appointment to come into my office to talk with me. It can be for a school group, a personal meeting, a group presentation, or pretty much whatever you want to do in spending 30 minutes with me.
If you need to bring an issue to my attention more quickly, please call one of my staff and ask to meet with him/her. Call Jasmine at the front desk, 503-823-3008, if you're not sure who to call. I rely on my staff to process requests and brief me, whether or not you meet with me. Meeting with staff can often be a quicker way to get your needs met, and allows for longer, more in-depth discussions on issues that are complex and/or have many participants.
Remember, if you need help and you're not sure your concern is with one of my bureaus, call 503-823-4000 and the Information and Referral experts in the Office of Neighborhood Involvement will connect you with the right person to help in any City, County, or Portland Development Commission department.
The City of Portland is a fragrance free workplace. We ask employees and visitors to refrain from using added fragrances when you will be in City workspaces, to help those with fragrance allergies be able to breathe. Your thoughtful assistance with this request will mean I will be able to focus on your policy concerns when I meet with you.
The engagements I list below are the meetings and events Cristina and I have planned for this week, other than routine meetings with my office staff, and time set aside for taking care of constituent issues by phone/email/in-person conversations in my office and around City Hall. There are often multiple changes over the course of the week, as meetings and events are added or canceled. The updated/final lists for past weeks are posted in the links in the right sidebar.
I am still working a modified schedule due to the recent death of my husband. I appreciate the support and patience Portlanders have shown to my family and me as we endure this tragedy.
Week of 1/26/15 - 2/1/15
*Paul Scarlett, Director of Bureau of Development Services (BDS)
*Right to Dream Too weekly meeting
*Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury
*Mike Abbaté, Director of Portland Parks and Recreation (PP&R)
*Sandra McDonough. Portland Business Alliance
*Amalia Alarcon de Morris, Director of the Office of Neighborhood Involvement (ONI)
*BDS Budget Advisory Committee
*Fred Miller, Chief Administrative Officer of Office of Management and Finance (OMF)
*Anna Kanwit, Director of the Bureau of Human Resources (BHR)
*Council Hearings (Wednesday morning, Wednesday afternoon, and 5 minute reschduling Thursday afternoon)
*Susan Anderson, Director of Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS)
*Dinner with former State Representative Carolyn Tomei
*Legislative Breakfast with Portland-area State Legislators
*Forest Park Initiative
*Sharon Meieran, constituent
*State of the City address by Mayor Hales
*KGW Straight Talk
*Justice Demuniz, Department of Justice Compliance Officer/Community Liaison team