Compare that to what that company’s employees are paying. The average individual taxpayer in Oregon pays 24 times that amount — $6 on every $100 of income — in personal income taxes. – See more at: https://www.ocpp.org/2017/06/20/blog20170620-receipts-commercial-activities-tax/#sthash.sLrJHBzS.dpuf
911 center’s hold time data had been inaccurate since 2004, when the bureau implemented a flawed system designed to screen out accidental cell phone calls.
In 2016, state and local government jobs were 15.1 percent (about one in seven) of all jobs in Oregon. In 1990, state and local jobs comprised 16 percent (about one in six) of Oregon’s jobs.
according to Portland school board chair Tom Koehler, board members had soured on their choice.
Although Dickey withdrew, if he hadn’t the board would have asked that he do so, Koehler said.
The sticking point? “A lack of candor,” Koehler said in an email.
A full background report came back last Monday, and by Thursday, Dickey was out.