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Scott Somers

County Manager

Clatsop Community College

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Clatsop Community College

1651 LEXINGTON AVE

Astoria, Oregon,97103

United States

Company Description

Clatsop Community College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged Clatsop Community College Historic Preservation Program, Ft. Vancouver, Vancouver Barracks. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

City Manager

City of College Park, Maryland


City Manager

City of Reedsport, Oregon


Affiliations

Minnesota City/County Management Association

Board Member


Education

bachelor of social work degree

Arizona State University


master of public administration degree

University of Arizona


Web References(76 Total References)


Clatsop County BOCC August Meeting Highlights County Manager Salary Raise | North Coast Oregon

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Scott SOmers
Clatsop County Manager, Scott Somers, receives 5% pay raise -Approved a 5 percent pay raise for County Manager Scott Somers. Chair Peter Huhtala said the raise recognizes that Somers, who joined the county in July 2012, has exceeded the board's expectations in his job.


Clatsop County Hires New Manager | North Coast Oregon

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Scott Somers, city manager of Reedsport, OR, will begin his new position as Clatsop County manager July 16th.
The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners has offered the job of county manager to Scott Somers. Somers, 44, currently the city manager of Reedsport, is expected to start with the county July 16. He replaces former county manager Duane Cole, who retired May 31 after three years with the county. The board is scheduled to approve an employment contract with Somers at its June 13 meeting. His starting salary will be $112,000 a year plus benefits. "I think this is going to be a great fit," he said. "I very much look forward to working with Scott - I believe that he can look forward to a long and successful tenure." Somers was born in Tucson, Ariz. and raised in Arizona and central Oregon. He earned a bachelor of social work degree from Arizona State University and master of public administration degree from the University of Arizona. His career in public administration began in 2004 at White Bear Lake, Minnesota where he served as assistant to the city manager. In 2006 he was hired as assistant city manager for Savage, Minnesota. Somers joined Reedsport, a city of 4,300 on the central Oregon Coast, in January 2009. The city has a staff of 33 and a $14 million annual budget. Among the city's accomplishments during his tenure are completing a $12 million wastewater treatment plant; brokering a partnership between the U.S. Forest Service and Army Corps of Engineers on levee certification; pursuing downtown revitalization efforts; and developing a strategic plan. Somers said one of his top goals in Reedsport has been building relationships - with city council and staff, citizens and civic groups, neighboring districts, lawmakers and state and federal agencies. "I am very open to work with - people recognized that," he said. "We may not always agree, but we can respect each other's opinion." During his tenure Reedsport actively promoted itself to regional and state economic development entities, Somers said. Like communities in Clatsop County, it has faced the challenge of diversifying its economy in an area historically dependent on fishing and logging. Somers believes the transition from city to county government won't be difficult. He has not overseen public health programs in his city jobs, but said his background in social work - he was a case worker as a college undergraduate - gives him some insight into services provided through the county Public Health Department. As part of the selection process the county and consultant Prothman arranged for Somers and the other five finalists to be interviewed by three separate panels: the board of commissioners; county department heads and labor representatives; and a community stakeholders panel that included city officials, Clatsop Community College President Larry Galizio, Circuit Court Judge Cindee Matyas, three citizens and state lawmakers Betsy Johnson and Deborah Boone.


North Coast Oregon | Archive | Government | 3

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The Clatsop County Board of Commissioners has offered the job of county manager to Scott Somers.
Somers, 44, currently the city manager of Reedsport, is expected to start with the county July 16.


CEDR--The Business Connector for Clatsop County. Membership Campaign. Please Join Us. | Clatsop Economic Development Resources

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CEDR meets monthly on economic development issues with County Manager Scott Somers and all City Managers, is an advisory member of the Governors Regional Solutions Advisory Committee and Col-Pac Economic Development District, serves on the Clatsop Forestry Economic Development Committee and is a member of the Columbia Pacific Preservation/CCC Historic Preservation Program Committee.


Smoke Free Oregon | What Oregonians Are Doing

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Scott Lee
Clatsop Scott Lee, a Clatsop County commissioner, explains why it's important to raise awareness about Big Tobacco's marketing and promotion reaching kids and teens. Scott Lee, a Clatsop County commissioner, explains why it's important to raise awareness about Big Tobacco's marketing and promotion reaching kids and teens.


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