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The City of Pendleton mourns the passing of City Council Member John Brenne.

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Mr. Brenne was the longest-serving member of the council having first been elected in 1978.  This was his 40th year as a council member.

Mr. Brenne served on many committees while serving on the City Council, most recently he was involved in the Affordable Housing Program, the Design and Development Committee which made recommendations on the architectural design of the new fire station, the Library Board, the Budget Committee, Housing and Neighborhood Improvement, Pendleton Development Commission, PDC Goal 2 Committee, and the Transportation Committee.

Pendleton City Councilors Host Constituent Outreach

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McKennon McDonald and Scott Fairley, Pendleton Ward 2 City Councilors, and Dale
Primmer, Councilor at large, are hosting a constituent outreach on Saturday, February 10, 2018,
from 9:00am to 11:00am upstairs at Hamley’s Coffee Shop located at 8 SE Court in Pendleton.
The purpose of the outreach is to provide updates on progress toward meeting council goals
including sustainably funding city assets and infrastructure, economic development, increasing

Notes from the Council Chambers

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Pendleton Development Commission met and heard from former City Councilor and downtown property owner Al Plute who has put a plan together to develop the 3rd floor of the Bowman Building, corner of S. Main and W.

An update from the City Council Workshop

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The Council heard a presentation by the Pendleton Downtown Association (PDA) requesting continued funding assistance for their organization.  The PDA was the recipient of a grant from the Pendleton Development Commission (Urban Renewal) in 2017 to partially fund them for one year.  It was hoped that the organization would be able to develop stable funding.  Last night they announced they had over 90 members, which is approximately 1/3rd of the total number of businesses within their boundaries.  The financial grant awarded them last year was

Notice of Election of City Officials

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The City of Pendleton will hold a Primary Election on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 for an office of the following:
• Four Positions of Ward Specific Councilors. Each with a four-year term and Candidates must file for office no later than 5:00 pm on March 6, 2018. For more information click on this link

Notes From The Council Chambers

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City Council Meeting notes from January 2, 2018

City Committee Appointments

At the January 2 City Council meeting, the Council made appointments to fill expired positions on the numerous City advisory committees.

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