Lincoln County… we have lift off! Thank you again for your vote and support! I have taken the Oath of Office.
Swearing in Ceremony commenced Tuesday and I participated in my first Board meeting as your new County Commissioner Wednesday. It was both a relief and satisfying experience. I have attended and produced over 700 BOC meetings in my tenure with the county. But, moving from the audience to stage was something quite different.
The last few days have been comprised of getting routine things situated at the courthouse to become productive. By the end of the week I had a functional space to work and my technology squared away. Many positions at the county are highly reliant on computer technology. Friday I was feeling more confident and excited as my focus improved.
“Before entering upon any elective office listed in ORS 204.005, the person who has received a certificate of election must qualify by filing with the county clerk of the county in which the person is elected the person’s oath of office, subscribed by the person, to the effect that the person will support the Constitution of the United States and of this state, and faithfully carry out the office being assumed.” (Chapter 204 County Officers 204.020)
I went off the grid most of December. Perhaps, I should have
shared that with you. If you have
reached out to me on social, I am just getting back online and beginning to
Moving forward the most effective way for us to communicate
will be email, phone, and in-person. You can find me online – Board of
Commissioners section of the county website. BOC meetings take place 10 AM every
Wednesday and are broadcast and archived online.