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Eric King

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Bend2030

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Bend2030

P.O. Box 431

Bend, Oregon,97709

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Local Government

City of Portland


Fees Etc. Bend City Manager

SDCS


City Manager

Bend Brewing Company


Affiliations

KIDS Center

Board Member


Kids

Member, Center Board


The Rotary Club of Vinings

Active Member


Education

Masters Degree

Urban and Regional Planning

Portland State University


Web References(191 Total References)


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.


City Manager Eric King reported some exciting news from the Sewer Infrastructure Advisory Group (SIAG).
The committee expects to receive the final optimization results at a meeting later this week. King said this will have implications for what projects will need to move forward.


www.bendsource.com

"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.


www.bendoregon.com

Emergency declared to allow additional shelter capacity Posted Date: 11/19/15 City Manager Eric King issued a declaration of emergency on November 10, 2015, in anticipation of severe weather conditions.


kbnd.com [cached]

King says the automated messages are the next step in updating the overall system.
King adds, "By law, property taxes can only go up 3% per year, but new growth adds to that. To hear more of our conversation with City Manager Eric King, visit our Podcast Page.


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