Bend Business Roundup 9-20-19

Bend Business Roundup 9-20-19

Happy Friday,

Because I’m committed to giving Bend Business Roundup readers a well-rounded cultural experience (and, maybe, a(nother) good reason to unsubscribe), this week’s BBR is entirely in limerick. We’ll get back to prose next week.

Business:

Portland lacks affordable housing supply
City leaders didn’t need to ask why
It’s because you see
They need a new fee
Lest city coffers run dry

Law:

Some say limit the automobile
They claim Les Schwab is hardly ideal
For a place without mar
From truck or car
Feign the big street in front isn’t real

Politics:

There once was a state with one-party rule
Whose view of open government was cool
Trust us, they said
There’s reform ahead
If you believed that you might be a fool

Et cetera:

You’ve heard of footballers called Beavers?
Cheered on by beleaguered believers
They lost to Hawaii
But beat Cal Poly
Oregon loves its underachievers!

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Have a great weekend!

Jeff started EagerLaw PC to help Oregon entrepreneurs succeed in business. Jeff worked in Washington, D.C. for Oregon Congressman Greg Walden, served as Mayor of the City of Bend, and has been practicing law in Oregon for over a decade. Jeff believes strongly in entrepreneurship and enjoys making the legal side of business transparent and easy for his clients.

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