It is the mission of Malheur County to administrate an economically sound local government, while maintaining the highest standards of leadership and service.
Malheur County is located in beautiful Eastern Oregon. It is a place filled with fascinating history, diverse landscape and friendly people. Malheur County is one of Oregon’s best-kept secrets! Located in Oregon’s southeast corner, the county is the state’s second largest. It is 94 percent rangeland, two-thirds of which is controlled by the Federal Bureau of Land Management. Today, irrigated fields in the county’s northeastern corner,
Seeking Candidate to Serve on Border Board
The Malheur County Court is considering candidates for appointment to the Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Board (EOBEDB). Prospective candidates are to submit a letter of interest to the Court at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 25, 2021. The County Court will review all submissions and submit a list of recommendations to the Governor, who will make the final selection and appointment. Candidates should have general knowledge of the Border Region and, in particular, the challenges and opportunities in the Region related to its proximity to Idaho. General qualifications also include personal and professional integrity, strong independent business judgement, demonstrated commitment to the community, and relevant experience and skills which will enable the EOBEDB to carry out its mission of enhancing economic development.
The EOBEDB was created by legislation passed during the 2017 legislative session to implement investment strategies and practices in workforce and economic development in the region and to make loans or grants to eligible applicants for encouraging regional workforce and economic development. The Eastern Oregon Border Region runs along the Idaho border from Annex to Adrian and west to include Nyssa, Vale, Willowcreek, and Brogan. More information can be found at https://oregoncf.org/grants-and-scholarships/grants-resources/eastern-oregon-border-board-resource-page/.
Since its inception, the EOBEDB has developed several creative grant and loan programs targeted at improving the Region’s economy. The Board has invested more than $1 million dollars in the Region so far through these programs. The Board’s work also includes advocacy at the state level, where it has seen marked success over the last two legislative sessions.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON
FOR THE COUNTY OF MALHEUR
IN THE MATTER OF SUPPORTING )
SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS ) Resolution No. R15-23
WHEREAS, the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America states: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed;” and
THE COUNTY NOW HAS A DRIVE-UP PAYMENT DROP BOX, ENTRANCE IS OFF OF “C” STREET WEST. PLEASE DO NOT PUT CASH IN DROP BOX.
The Malheur County drive-up drop box is available for:
DO NOT PLACE PAYMENTS TO ANY OTHER DEPARTMENT IN THIS BOX
DO NOT PLACE VOTING BALLOTS IN THIS BOX (THE OFFICIAL BALLOT BOX HAS BEEN MOVED AND IS TO THE IMMEDIATE RIGHT OF THE PAYMENT DROP BOX)
If you are placing payment or paperwork in the drop box, please indicate with an account number or the department it is pertaining to.
The drop box is located behind the Courthouse on the corner of C Street and Bryant Street, entrance is off of C street.
For Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) updates, visit the following pages for the most current information:
Oregon Health Authority COVID-19: healthoregon.org/coronavirus
Malheur County Health Department: malheurhealth.org/press
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov
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