Board Names Chaimov to Represent Zone 1

 The Clackamas Community College Board of Education on Wednesday, Oct. 17, appointed Greg Chaimov to represent zone 1. The position was formerly held by Carlotta Collette, who stepped down from the board in August.

Chaimov is an attorney, who has been a resident in the CCC college district for more than 20 years. He is active in the community, serving on the Milwaukie City Council, the Ledding Library of Milwaukie Foundation, and the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce, where he was board chair 2011-12. He is the past board president of the Clackamas County Vector Control District and served as vice chair of the Clackamas County Historic Review Board from 2004-2007.

He is also an adjunct professor and Lewis & Clark Law School, where he teaches legislative and political practices.

Chaimov’s interest in serving on the CCC board grew from his experiences on the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce Board, where he learned of the importance the college plays in the education and training in the district. “I have also grown to have enormous respect for the job that President (Joanne) Truesdell is doing and would be honored to help in those efforts,” he wrote in his application.

The appointment to represent zone 1 on the CCC Board of Education continues through June 30, 2013, following the next board election. At that time he may run for election for the position to fulfill the remainder of the unexpired term, ending in 2015.

For more information, please call Shelly Parini at 503-594-3015.

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