John J. Elliott

Commissioner at Klamath Bucket Brigade, Inc.

Location:
9350 Highway 66, Klamath Falls, Oregon, United States
Company:
Klamath Bucket Brigade, Inc.
HQ Phone:
(541) 883-8744
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Last Updated 4/25/2017

General Information

Employment History

Meteorologist  - CBS News

Education

Henley High School

University of Arizona

Bachelor's degree  - Business Administration , Southern Oregon University

MD  - 

Affiliations

Board Member  - The Hands Project

Board Member  - South Central Oregon Economic Development District

Klamath County Commissioner  - Basin Alliance

Board Member  - AIDS Community Health Center

County Commissioner  - KCEDA

Klamath County Commissioner  - Dynasty Restaurant

Web References  

Bladen County - Government - Board Minutes

Progress Energy Representatives John Elliott and Greg Briley - Mr. Martin introduced Mr. John Elliott and Operations Manager Greg Briley to the Board of Commissioners.
Progress Energy Representatives John Elliott and Greg Briley - Mr. Martin introduced Mr. John Elliott and Operations Manager Greg Briley to the Board of Commissioners. Mr. Elliott provided an update on Progress Energy's commitment to public safety and how 911 calls are handled when received. Mr. Elliott called on Mr. Briley to provide details of how calls are handled. Mr. Elliott indicated that on the night of the wreck, the on-call employee was answering another call and had to secure the work area before he could respond to the 911 call.

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Travel Klamath - Media

John Elliott - Klamath County Board of Commissioners, Liaison

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Travel Klamath - Board of Directors

John Elliott - Ex-Officio Board Member
Klamath County Board of Commissioners (541) 883-5100 jwelliott@co.klamath.or.us Born in Klamath Falls, John is a graduate of Henley High School and Southern Oregon University, where he received a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. John received his college education courtesy of US National Bank's work/college scholarship program. Following graduation, John spent the next 7 1/2 years in Adelaide, Australia, where he worked for a computer company and served as an Administrative Officer for the City of Tea Tree Gully. Upon returning to the United States, John served as Finance Director for Klamath County and the City of Klamath Falls. John moved to Bend, where he was employed in retail sales and as a loan officer for a Bend credit union. Returning to Klamath Falls in 1994, John became active in local government, serving as a member and Chairman of the County's Library Board and later as Chairman of the Budget Committee for 4 years. He was appointed in January, 2001, to fill out the term of a commissioner who was elected to the State Legislature.

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