Interview with Janet McLennan
Land use -- Oregon -- Planning
Interview with Janet McLennan by Kevin Pozzi on June 11, 2015. Janet McLennan was House Counsel for the Oregon House Committee on Land Use and the Environment during the 1973 legislative session, during the passage of Senate Bill 100.
Janet McLennan was House Counsel for the Oregon House Committee on Land Use and the Environment during the 1973 legislative session, during the passage of Senate Bill 100. She served as a Natural Resources Assistant to Governor Bob Straub during the 1970s and went on to work at the Bonneville Power Administration. She also chaired the Oregon Board of Forestry and the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission.
Kevin Pozzi is the Program Manager for the Oregon Planning Forum, which is housed within the College and Urban Public Affairs at Portland State University.
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Urban Studies and Planning
McLennan, Janet and Pozzi, Kevin, "Interview with Janet McLennan" (2015). People and the Land: An Oral History of Oregon’s Statewide Land Use Planning Program. 11.