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News Release
Oregon Disabilities Commission, Governor's Commission on Senior Services to meet September 13 - 08/31/18

(Salem, Ore.) — The Oregon Disabilities Commission (ODC) and the Governor’s Commission on Senior Services (GCSS) will meet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018, at the Department of Human Services’ SSP Office, 4074 Winema Place N.E., Room 227/228, Salem, Oregon, 97305.

The meeting is open to the public. Agenda items include regular ODC and GCSS business, review and approval of the meeting agenda and prior meeting minutes, public comment, announcements, training, and joint commission topics. Those who can’t attend in person may call into the meeting using this conference line and access code: 503-934-1400,111405.

The meeting location is accessible to people with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact Lori Watt at Lori.C.Watt@state.or.us. Requests should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting. For questions about the meeting, please contact: Jeff Puterbaugh, policy analyst at Jeffrey.L.Puterbaugh@state.or.us. or Deb McCuin, program analyst at Debbie.Mccuin@state.or.us.

About the Oregon Disabilities Commission

The Oregon Disabilities Commission is charged by state statute to advise the Department of Human Services, the Governor, the Legislative Assembly and appropriate state agency administrators on issues related to achieving the full economic, social, legal and political equity of individuals with disabilities. ODC also acts as a coordinating link between and among public and private organizations services individuals with disabilities.

About the Governor’s Commission on Senior Services

The Governor’s Commission on Senior Services is dedicated to enhancing and protecting the quality of life for all older Oregonians. Through cooperation with other organizations, and advocacy, the commission works to ensure that seniors have access to services that provide, choice, independence, and dignity.

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