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P.O. Box 431

Bend, Oregon,97709

United States

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NEW! See video of national scholar addressing Bend charter review - Bend 2030

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See here a full video of the forum where national scholar Dr. Phil Cooper and Bend City Manager Eric King spoke about what this process could look like in Bend.


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Eric King
Eric began his career in local government working for the City of Portland. He began working Assistant City Manager of Bend in April 07 and then interim City Manager in November 07 and became City Manager in May 08. He was born in Madison, Wisconsin and has a Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development from PSU. Eric has been a volunteer with SMART which promotes early childhood literacy, serves on the Visit Bend Board, and is an active member of the Rotary Club of Bend. Eric joined the board to fulfill his passion to create an environment in Central Oregon where kids are given the best opportunity to thrive, removing any barriers that stand in the way of that ultimate goal of a successful and healthy life. Eric King began his career in local government working for the City of Portland. He began working for the City of Bend as Assistant City Manager in April, 2007 and was appointed interim City Manager in November, 2007. He accepted the position of City Manager in May, 2008. Eric was born in Madison, Wisconsin. He has a Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development from Portland State University. Eric has been a volunteer with SMART which promotes early childhood literacy, serves on the Visit Bend Board, and is an active member of the Rotary Club of Bend. Eric joined the KIDS Center Board to fulfill a passion of his, which is to create an environment in Central Oregon where kids are given the best opportunity to thrive, removing any barriers that stand in the way of that ultimate goal of a successful and healthy life.


A small irrigation district's big idea for taking over Mirror Pond dam

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Bend City Manager Eric King said the suit has been appealed to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, after a U.S. District Court judge ruled for the city and against LandWatch late last year.
King said the two sides intend to enter mediation next month but was uncertain whether the Tumalo Irrigation District's proposal would factor in to how it might help the two sides resolve their differences.


bend2030.org

See here a full video of the forum where national scholar Dr. Phil Cooper and Bend City Manager Eric King spoke about what this process could look like in Bend.


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"It's important for the community to define the problem that they want to address," says Bend City Manager Eric King.
"Some residents in Bend think that having popular businesses in walking distance to their homes is a great opportunity. Some think it is a livability concern." Local leaders want to hear that feedback, and are planning to take seriously the ideas generated by the project. "Following the Livability Project, we have scheduled a joint meeting with the Planning Commission and City Council to discuss a work program for addressing future code revisions," King says.


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