From Portland Afoot
As of August 2013, it includes:
- Tom Hughes, the Metro president, elected by the Metro region at large.
- Shirley Craddick of Metro District 1, which includes Gresham, parts of East Portland and most of its eastern suburbs.
- Carlotta Collette of Metro District 2, which includes Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Oregon City, parts of Southwest Portland and its southwestern suburbs in Multnomah County and parts of Clackamas County.
- Craig Dirksen of Metro District 3, which includes parts of Beaverton, Tigard, Tualatin, Wilsonville, Sherwood, King City and Durham and parts of unincorporated Washington County and Clackamas County.
- Kathryn Harrington of Metro District 4, which includes northern Washington County, Cornelius, Hillsboro, Forest Grove, northwest Beaverton, Aloha, and other western suburbs.
- Sam Chase of Metro District 5, which includes Northwest Portland, North Portland, and parts of Northeast Portland, Southeast Portland and Southwest Portland.
- Bob Stacey of Metro District 6, which includes parts of Northeast Portland, Southeast Portland and Southwest Portland.
Among many duties, the council oversees other Metro committees such as JPACT and MPAC and decides when and where to move the region's urban growth boundary. It plays a major role in setting regional transportation priorities by passing federal transportation funds to other jurisdictions, including TriMet.
- official web page for the council
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