Voter notification cards may contain error

Multnomah County voters who registered or updated their voter registration in the past month may receive a voter notification card with incorrect address information.

A voter notification card lists precinct and voting districts, and it includes a registration address for voters to verify. That address information may be incorrect. The voter record in the Oregon Centralized Voter Registration System is unaffected and remains correct.

The incorrect information resulted from a data processing error that occurred at the mailing vendor.

Multnomah County Elections is working with the mail vendor to produce corrected notification cards and mail them to the estimated 3,200 affected voters as soon as possible.

Additionally, Multnomah County Elections will send a letter to all affected voters explaining the error. Affected voters should expect to see the corrected notification card and letter on Monday or Tuesday of this week.

SOLVE hosts volunteer training in Fairview

SOLVE, a nonprofit conservation group, is coming to Fairview to train new volunteers in the art of volunteer leadership Tuesday, March 11. Put on by the Friends of Fairview, the event will be held from 6-9 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Fairview City Hall.

The workshop is designed to help community members organize a SOLVE project from the ground up.

Possible projects include litter and illegal dumpsite cleanup, non-native invasive plant removal, native tree and shrub planting, or maintenance and monitoring of watershed restoration sites.

Admission is a suggested donation of $20 to SOLVE.

Attendees can pay cash or with a check at the training or donate online beforehand. Whether you are a Friends of Fairview or some other group, everyone is invited to participate.   

Fairview seeks committee volunteers

The city of Fairview is looking for volunteers to fill positions on its Planning Commission and Arts and Community Events Advisory Committee.

There is one position open on the Fairview Planning Commission, and four positions open on the Arts and Community Events Advisory Committee.

The city asks those interested to submit a completed application to the city recorder by 5 p.m. Monday, March 31.

Applications are available at Fairview City Hall, 1300 N.E. Village St., or on the city’s website at

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