Bracing for impacts and balancing municipal budgets in Benton County and the City of Corvallis will be the topic of this month's City Club Lunch....
Representing Benton County will be Pat Cochran, budget manager, and XanAugerot, vice chair of the Board of Commissioners. Among issues facing the county are health insurance changes due to the federal Affordable Care Act and the impacts they may have on Medicaid. Also of concern are budget deficiencies facing the Health Department and what to do about costs associated with the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).
Speaking on behalf of the city will be Nancy Brewer, finance director, and Hal Brauner, councilor representing ward 9. Topics for city representatives are the growing funding tension resulting from proposed investments in public safety and livability, investigating alternative sources of revenue and PERS.
The event is free and open to the public. Doors will open at 11:30 at the Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis at 112 NW Circle Blvd. The event will begin at noon, and a lunch from Valley Catering (Mediterranean salad; herbed brown rice; roasted vegetables;sliced tahini chicken and rolls) will be available: $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. To reserve lunch, send email to email@example.com by Friday, May 7.You can also pay for lunch online with your credit card.
Learn about an international movement to identify how trauma and toxic stress affect the mind and body and to build personal and psycho-social-spiritual resilience. Bob Doppelt, best-selling author and executive director of The Resource Innovation Group in Eugene, will discuss the importance, methods and benefits of helping individuals and groups learn skills to cope with trauma and toxic stress.
The City Club of Corvallis will discuss how well we are prepared for a Cascadia earthquake today. Speakers will represent a nonprofit, Oregon State University and local agencies. Register at cityclubofcorvallis.org.
February 14, 2017, 12:00pm - February 14, 2017, 3:15pm
Boys & Girls Club of Corvallis
Representatives of the City of Corvallis, the Corvallis School District and Oregon State University will share their perspectives on santuary, which has become a flashpoint in the debate over immigration.