Monthly Archives: December 2011

Oregon Needs Action on Corrections Reform

By |December 30th, 2011|

You may have seen the article in today’s Oregonian about the recommendations ofOregon’s Commission on Public Safety, a group appointed by Governor Kitzhaber (following up on the work begun by Governor Kulongoski and his deputy Chief of Staff Tim Nesbitt in the 2010 “Reset” report).

According to the Oregonian, there are several recommendations in the Commission’s […]

Thoughts on the Defazio, Walden and Schrader Timber Plan

By |December 30th, 2011|

Patrick Reiten, President and CEO of Pacific Power, and Chair of the Oregon Business Plan Steering Committee, co-authored an Op-Ed piece with Allyn Ford, CEO of Roseburg Forest Products, supporting the efforts by Representatives Defazio, Walden and Schrader on a plan for the future management of the O & C lands.

Originally published in the Medford […]

Summit Clips Highlight Work Ahead in 2012

By |December 22nd, 2011|

Thank you for attending the Oregon Business Plan’s 9th Oregon Leadership Summit on December 12 and 13 (for those of you who didn’t make it, we hope this email will get you up to speed).

As you know, the purpose of the Oregon Business Plan is to grow Oregon’s economy with good jobs in every corner […]

A bipartisan plan for healthy Oregon forests and counties

By |December 21st, 2011|

As a bipartisan coalition, we have worked through our differences to forge a plan that would create thousands of new jobs, ensure the health of federal forests for future generations and provide long-term funding certainty for Oregon’s rural schools, roads and law enforcement agencies.