2017 Oregon Chapter APWA Spring Conference

 

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The 2017 Spring Chapter Conference is being held in the beautiful coastal community of Seaside, Oregon.
The conference venue is:

Seaside Civic and Conference Center
415 First Avenue | Seaside, Oregon 97138 | 503-738-8585

Conference Contacts

Registration Program/Content Ball Golf Disc Golf
Peggy McCormick
541-994-3201
cameopeg@gmail.com
Jenifer Willer
541-501-0376
jenifer.m.willer@ci.eugene.or.us
Frank Ray
503-550-1828
frank.ray@ejco.com
Bob Patterson
541-966-0241
bob.patterson@ci.pendleton.or.us
Maggie Vohs
541-992-3482
cameomag@gmail.com
     

Conference Schedule at a Glance

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Community Service Project Disc Golf Keynote Address Chapter Business Mtg.
Golf Tournament Technical Tour Technical Sessions Technical Sessions
Pre-Conference Workshop Foundation Board Meeting 1st Timer & BOD Wine Social Closing Luncheon
Board Dinner 1st Timer Get Acquainted Meeting No-host Cocktail Reception Gizmo Award
  Opening Session Awards Banquet  
  Keynote Address    
  Technical Sessions    
  Young Professionals Mixer    
  Exhibitor Hosted Social    

Important Deadlines

Mar. 17 - Delegate ANDExhibit Early Registration Pricing Ends
Mar. 18 - Delegate AND Exhibit Registration Late Fee Assessed
Mar. 18 - Delegate AND Exhibit Full Refund Deadline
Mar. 19 - Delegate AND Exhibit Cancellation Fee Assessed

Mar. 24  - Delegate AND Exhibit Registration Refund Deadline
Mar. 25  - Delegate AND Exhibit, NO REFUNDS - Substitutions Accepted Anytime
Mar. 30  - Deadline to Register for Golf and Disc Golf
Mar. 30  - Deadline to Order Extra Meals
Mar. 31  - Delegate Registration Closed, Register Onsite; Late Fee Applied

Special Guest
Brian Usher, PWLF, Past President
As Director of Public Works for the City of Largo, Fla., Brian R. Usher is responsible for the management of the five operating divisions within the Department of Public Works: Street & Drainage Maintenance, Facilities Management, Solid Waste, Fleet Management, and Administration. Together these activities account for services on more than 250 miles of street, over 40 public structures, and over 500 City-owned vehicles (including police and fire apparatus). Additionally, the Public Works Department is responsible for the repair and maintenance of 34 facilities with a total area just over 500,000 square feet. Usher has been actively involved in all facets of public works for more than 37 years, beginning his career as a water division laborer, and through his demonstrated abilities rose through the ranks into leadership and management positions.

Usher has been an active 31-year member of APWA, serving in numerous leadership roles at both the local and national levels. He served in all five officer positions with the Chicago Metro Chapter, served as the chapter’s Membership Chair and Education Chair for two years, and served on the APWA Congress Host Committee for the 1994 Chicago Congress. He served on the national Emergency Management Committee for six years (2002-08) and chaired the committee in 2003-04. He also chaired APWA’s Homeland Security Task Force (2002-03) and the Engineering and Technology Committee (2010-11). He has served as the Director-at-Large, Fleet & Facilities Management, and has also served as a member of APWA’s Finance Committee. Usher was named APWA’s Professional Manager of the Year – Emergency Management in 2010 and was named one of APWA’s Top Ten Public Works Leaders of the Year in 2005.

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