SOS Public Meeting Agenda for Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Our Meeting this week, today, September 3, 2013, will be at the Wild River Brew Pub located at 533 NE F Street, in Grants Pass from 5:15 PM-6:15 PM.


·     Saturday Market and SOS Strategic PLAN

·     The Great DEBATE

High School Students & their Coaches from around SW Oregon are coming together to debate Funding Solutions to our current Criminal Justice System Funding Crisis

·      WHERE: North Valley High School

·      WHEN: September 14, 2013 at 9:00 AM

Honor our students with your presence and LISTEN to what our students have to say about solving our County’s Fiscal Crisis. There is no charge for this event, graciously hosted by North Valley High School and sponsored by SOS. A lunch time BBQ will be available.Contact Matthew A. Eldridge ( )

·      Jail/Juvenile Justice Levy Committee

Kris Woodburn Chris Mecca , and Pat Fahey

·       Immediate Change Committee Jody Nigh

·       Website Pages DONE

Hard Rock Mining CommitteeMichael Cope

Lottery Fund CommitteeCliff Thomason

Debate CommitteeMatthew Eldridge

Opioid CommitteeToni Webb

Sales Tax CommitteeJay Meredith

Sobering Center CommitteeBill Landis

BioMass Committee-Cheri Adkins



1.     Justice of the Peace Court- David Corsi

2.     Timber Committee-Jim Frick

3.     Jail/Juvenile Justice Center Tax Levy Research Committee-Kris WoodburnChris Mecca, Pat Fahey and Jay Meredith

4.     Trust/Transparency and Education Committee-Bill Ertel/Holly Lidey

5.     Efficiencies/Public and Private Partnerships-Laurie Norman/Toni Webb

6.     Refundable Committee-Carl Raskins

7.     County Property Resource Committee-David Corsi

8.     Property Tax Variations-Jeff Wolf


·       Opioid Clinic Toni Webb

Last Week’s Meeting Report

·      Lottery Committee Refund Research Project

Cliff Thomason is the Captain of this Committee

Number of Signatures collected

·      Mining in Josephine County

Committee Captain Michael Cope update

MISSION: “A citizen-voiced plan to provide for a secure, stable and sustainable Josephine County.”

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