By: Mike Salsgiver Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on April 14 in Buildings bridges and Roads, and can be viewed here (subscription required).
Category: In the News
On April 23, the Congress passed a $480 billion coronavirus relief package that included $310 billion in new funding for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)
On April 28, we remember and mourn the Oregonians who died on the job as a result of workplace injuries and illness in 2019, and we recommit ourselves to protecting
The Oregon Department of Revenue is adjusting requirements of businesses making estimated quarterly payments of the Corporate Activity Tax. Beginning immediately, Revenue has revised OAR 150-317-1300, dated April 27, 2020,
The Oregon Department of Revenue has determined that certain federal assistance to businesses under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act is not commercial activity under Oregon statute and
Traffic on Oregon roads is lighter these days, but our work zones are still humming. May is Work Zone Safety Month in Oregon, a chance to remind drivers: when you
Information provided by Cascade Employers Association. Today, Governor Brown announced new guidance and a three phase plan regarding the reopening of Oregon (view the governor’s presentation slides here). Specifically, counties
Paul Richard Meyer April 12, 1925 – May 1, 2020 Paul Richard Meyer, a man who lived a life of purpose and conviction, died of cancer at home May 1.
By: Mike Salsgiver, Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on May 19 in Buildings, Bridges and Roads, and can be viewed here (subscription required).
Complete the HCSS and AGC of America Highway Work Zone Safety Survey and Help Protect Highway Workers Each year AGC of America surveys highway and transportation members about the state