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Gage Auto Sales
13432 SE Mcloughlin Blvd
Milwaukie, Oregon
97222-7122

Phone: (503) 652-0006
Fax: (503) 652-6110
Employees: 28
Sales: $18,116,000
Website: www.gageauto.com

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Good morning Kari and Ed,I look forward to a get together with friends and neighbors. It would be enjoyable. My apologies for my typos. My email word check is temporarily disabled.Like yourself I have been a resident of Lake Oswego for many years (34 to be exact but who is counting). Prior to that I lived near Wilson High School in southwest PortlandLet me try and address each of the topics you raise1) Retention of the right of way. I am glad we are on the same page with respect to retention of the right of way for future streetcar use. I am not sure light rail will work on the existing right of way and Macadam (weight issues of light rail vs. a streetcar) but a Streetcar is definitely doable.2) Specific Engagement with Tri-Met &#8211; As you know from reading the Oregonian, Tri-Met is struggling financially. They are faced with requests from all over the metropolitan area and they have to choose. An actual and readily available increase in ridership is one of their key criteria. But, to specifics: First, a regular annual or semi-annual meeting at one of the council meetings for discussion between Tri-Met and council on opportunities for enhanced bus service. 2) City advertising in the Hello LO about transit options available and schedules. 3) Establishment of links between the city of Lake Oswego web site and the Tri-Met web site so as to make getting information as easy as possible. 4) Revisiting the possibility of jitney service within LO. I served on a city task force that looked at jitney service several years ago. At that time, such a city sponsored service did not make sense. Perhaps now it does3) Marketing public transportation &#8211; I think I have answered that in my response above. If you want me to discuss this further, please let me know.4) Encourage young people and commuters to use public transport &#8211; A difficult question as many factors play into that decision. Financial, environmental awareness, availability of jobs near home, the wealth of the individual and community, the flexibility of using a car vs. the defined routes of a streetcar or light rail, etc. I don&#8217;t want to pursue a strategy of impoverishing people so as to encourage public transport usage but I also recognize people&#8217;s desire to have the flexibility to get to work, run errands, etc. LO is fortunate to have a compact downtown and within a 20 minute walk from the core of the city there are a wide range of income and wealth. I believe this concept has been encapsulated by the concept of the 20 minute walk community where you can get to as many essential services as possible within a 20 minute walk of your home. The challenge there is to maintain a balance between high end developments which generates significant incremental property taxes vs. development which drives (no pun intended) out many of the people who currently use public transport.5) Environmentally sound &#8211; I always try and keep in the back of my head that a there are always trade-offs in decisions be they environmental, financial, social. For example a goal of increased use of solar panels for heating or electrical usage n Lake Oswego comes into conflict with our desire for trees as well as our tree code. This was readily apparent a couple of years ago when I replaced my roof. I looked at the possibility of installing solar panels either for heating or electricity and learned it would be necessary to cut down 4 maple trees in my back year to provide sufficient space for the panels. As a result, I chose not to proceed with the panels and kept the maple trees which in addition to the cooling and leaf mulch they provide also are pleasing to look at. Gish, I have rambled on for a bit. I hope this helps your understanding as to how I approach problems as well as my desire to continue to make Lake Oswego a wonderful place to live for people of all incomes, wealth and backgrounds.Jeff best credit card business insurance quote
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