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Clark County Law Library Increases In-Person Services Beginning May 2

The Clark County Law Library will increase in-person service hours beginning Monday, May 2nd.

300 More Officers Needed

The mayor, who is also the police commissioner, said the Portland Police Bureau needs about 300 more police officers to meet the city’s policing needs.

Public Facilities District Board To Hold Online Meeting Monday, Nov. 8, 2021

The board of the Clark County Public Facilities District will hold a public meeting 4-5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 8, 2021.

County Seeks Two Representatives For Solid Waste Advisory Commission

The Clark County Council is seeking applicants to fill two volunteer positions on the Solid Waste Advisory Commission.

County Council Seeks Applicants For Vacancy On Volunteer Planning Commission

The Clark County Council is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the volunteer Planning Commission. 

Council Seeks Applicants For County-Recommended Position On Library Board

The Clark County Councilors is seeking applicants to fill one of three Clark County-recommended positions on the seven-member Fort Vancouver Regional Library District board of trustees.

Clark County Seeks Volunteers To Fill Three Positions On Parks Advisory Board

Clark County is accepting applications to fill four vacancies on a seven-member Parks Advisory Board for terms that begin Jan. 1, 2022.

County Seeks Applicants For Clean Water Commission

Clark County is seeking applicants to fill one open position on the Clean Water Commission.

County Seeks Applicants For Open Seat On Civil Service Commission

Clark County is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the local civil service commission for the Sheriff’s Office created under state law (RCW 41.14).

Free Online Workshops Promote Composting And Sustainable Living

Clark County’s Master Composter Recycler program is offering a series of free composting webinars this fall. The seven webinars will highlight personal changes that can help protect the planet.

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The Stigma Around Male Domestic Violence; How Do We Discuss This...

In an article done by the World Economic Forum, Vanita Sundaram stated that among the young people she spoke to about whether or not violence was unacceptable provided a variety of responses, with them stating that men are innately violent. Women hitting men was seen as “unproblematic,” with people arguing that women are physically weaker and frail (thus, their use of violence was less significant).