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  • Online Community Survey Available

    The City wants to gather feedback about the City and City services, and is asking Bend residents to take 10 minutes to participate in an online community survey. Go to: bendcommunitysurvey.com

    12/10/2018 9:43:19 AM

  • Affordable Housing Public Meeting

    Bend residents are invited to attend a public meeting at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12, in Council Chambers at City Hall, 710 NW Wall Street, to provide input on what affordable housing solutions could ease “rent burden” in Bend.

    12/6/2018 10:40:49 AM

  • Council anticipates vacancy, announces process

    The Bend City Council plans to declare a vacancy on the Council on Jan, 2, 2019, when Sally Russell becomes Mayor. Russell will vacate the remaining two years of Council Position 3, with a term expiration of December 2020.

    12/5/2018 11:41:42 PM

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Bill Moseley

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Bill Moseley was elected and seated on the City Council in January 2017.

Bill moved to Bend in 1999. He is married to Renee and has four daughters. He is interested in growing the local economy through technology groups, Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO), Looking Forward and other organizations.

As a Councilor, Bill plans on focusing on four main issues:

  • A strong economy
  • Strategic leadership
  • Affordable housing
  • Basic services

EDUCATION:

Post-graduate: University of Kansas, Juris Doctorate

Graduate: University of Kansas, Master's in Public Administration - City Management

Undergraduate: University of Kansas, Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Political Science

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

GL Solutions
Founder and CEO

Oregon Department of Justice

Private Attorney in Kansas

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