- Give her $23,200 for “professional expenses” and then let her pocket it as extra pay.
- Require her to pretend she lives at Treetops, and pay for her maid service, landscaping, and mortgage, and croissants.
- Encourage her to lie on her voter registration form and vote in Eugene.
As the session heads into its final days, he appears to have the upper hand on his remaining priorities, including a statewide super-board to oversee all levels of education spending and a plan to trim health costs by overhauling the way low-income residents get medical care.
6/18/2011: The quote is from Mrs. Irene Gerlinger, first woman regent of the University of Oregon, and “a formidable fundraiser” for the UO’s academic side.
(c) Refrain from advocating, in any way, including through employees and contractors, for The New Partnership or a governance/financing proposal substantially similar to The New Partnership, except through the Board’s processes;
I don’t think Pernsteiner would have lasted a month.