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Join us this weekend on the North Coast!

State Representative Brian Clem, who is exploring a run for Governor, is bringing his listening tour to Oregon's North Coast this weekend! He is conducting a listening tour because he knows that the best answers to how we can move Oregon forward will always come from its people.

Please join us at one of the below events in Lincoln City, Tillamook, Garibaldi, Cannon Beach, Seaside, or Astoria - we look forward to meeting with you and talking about how we can move Oregon boldly into the future!

Friday, August 28, 2009

9:30 a.m. - Economic roundtable discussion with the Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce and local leaders on the coastal economy and how the state government can do more to help coastal business. Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce, 2004 NW 36th Street, Lincoln City

11 a.m. - Economic cluster meeting with members and leaders of the Confederated Tribe of Siletz Indians, including a discussion of state and federal stimulus efforts, enterprise zones, transportation issues, and increasing the number of minority and women-owned businesses. Lincoln City, OR

1:30 p.m. - Meeting with representatives from the Tillamook Cheese Company and a discussion of Oregon's business climate. Corporate offices adjacent to the visitor's center, at 4175 Highway 101 North, Tillamook

3 p.m. - Conversation with Garibaldi, Oregon Mayor Suzanne McCarthy and local leaders to discuss Oregon small-town economies, specifically as it relates to port towns, and to hear about local improvement initiatives. City Hall, 107 6th Street, Garibaldi

Saturday, August 29, 2009

8:30 a.m. - Breakfast with Tillamook County Commissioner Tim Josi to discuss local and County conditions, including education, business, and the tourist economy. Fern Cafe, 1000 North Main, Tillamook

11 a.m. - Coffee and conversation with Cannon Beach Mayor Mike Morgan to discuss local initiatives to improve the local economy, and how Salem can better connect to and support the community's efforts. Bald Eagle Coffee, 1064 S Hemlock Street, Cannon Beach

1 p.m. - Meeting with the Seaside Visitor's Bureau and local leaders to discuss the tourism-based economy. Visitor's Bureau, 415 1st Avenue, Seaside

3 p.m. - Discussion with the Port of Astoria leaders and commissioners on the local economy, and especially how the port is faring in difficult economic times. Port of Astoria offices, 422 Gateway Ave., Suite 100, Astoria

State Representative Brian Clem is a 5th-generation Oregonian raised in Coos Bay. He learned the value of public service, hard work, and honest talk from his parents, both of whom were public servants. He presently serves the citizens of Salem as a State Representative and chair of the House Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Communities committee.

Posted on August 27, 2009 in listening tour, oregon coast.