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International Association of Firefighters Endorse Farr!

Thank you Eugene-Springfield firefighters for endorsing my reelection to continue my work as Lane County Commissioner.IMG_5745

The Eugene Chamber of Commerce Endorses Farr!

Thank you, Eugene Chamber of Commerce for endorsing my reelection as Lane County Commissioner.

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The Register Guard Endorses Pat Farr

I am pleased to have earned the Register Guard’s endorsement. The article highlights a number of the important issues I am working on–including homelessness, jobs and the economy, and public safety.

State of the County : Pat Farr is sworn in as County Commissioner

Please join us at the State of the County address where Commissioner-Elect Pat Farr will be taking his oath of office.

Ballots must be received before 8:00pm May 15th. Click here for the list of Lane County Elections Official Ballot Dropsites.

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ENDORSEMENT : Lane County board: Farr Political veteran is best choice for north Eugene seat, Register Guard, 4/21/12

Even if Rob Handy had not been targeted in a lawsuit last year that cost Lane County hundreds of thousands of dollars and undermined public trust in its government, Pat Farr would still be a better candidate than the incumbent for the North Eugene District seat on the Lane County Board of Commissioners.

Read the entire article here at the Register Guard.

Forum Lane : Envision Eugene’s vision of Eugene is clearing 3/15/12

City Manager Jon Ruiz made a presentation to the Eugene City Council on Wednesday March 13 that brought together the many thousands of hours spent on gathering and processing information about the city’s future growth.

http://www.forumlane.org/?p=1728

Commentary: Corrupt, Suit against 2 commissioners clearly exposes ‘willful violations’, Register Guard, 3/25/12

We commend Lane County Commissioner Faye Stewart for his Feb. 19 guest viewpoint in support of Oregon’s open meetings law. Stewart was unable to attend every day of the trial involving Commissioners Rob Handy and Pete Sorenson. We did attend the trial every day, and we have a slightly different view of the proceedings.

http://www.registerguard.com/web/opinion/27801572-47/public-law-handy-meetings-oregon.html.csp