Karin Power - Milwaukie City CouncilOR, Position 4
I’m humbled and thrilled to have resoundingly won your vote for City Council. I am proud to represent our small-town, diverse and inclusive community in Clackamas County, and together, we will rise to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead of us in the coming years.
On City Council, I am a liaison and member of the following committees. All are open to the public, so if you're interested in learning more about any one of them, I'd love to have you join me at a meeting.
Clackamas County Social Needs Roundtable
Library Services Expansion Task Force
Kellogg Good Neighbor Committee
RiverHealth Advisory Board
Regional Wastewater Treatment Committee
Willamette Falls Locks Working Group
Continue to share your thoughts and ideas with me: you are essential in helping to build the Milwaukie we all want and deserve. Thank you, and I look forward to working with you and on your behalf in the years to come.
Find me on Instagram at kpmilwaukie and on Twitter at @karin_power
Karin in the news...
Coverage of the City Council Position No. 4 race:
As neighborhood chair, joining with others to donate our time for community fundraisers:
Getting married in Clackamas County!
Speaking about Kellogg Good Neighbor work in Clackamas County's 2014 State of the County video (beginning at 3:45)
Organizing a yard-to-table event series and MC'ing the Milwaukie Film Festival movie night:
Staff Attorney for The Freshwater Trust
Community and Volunteer Experience
Island Station Neighborhood Association: past Chair and Secretary
Kellogg Wastewater Treatment Plant Good Neighbor Committee: past Chair, Vice-Chair
Oregon State Bar Executive Committee, Environment and Natural Resources Section
B.A., International Relations, Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, Mass.)
J.D., Lewis & Clark Law School (Portland, Ore.)