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Council Corner

Council Corner – Election Results

For the last month, much of our attention has been on the results of the national election. In case you have been too busy watching coverage of the presidential election, we wanted to fill you in on the results of the local city council races.

David Golobay won reelection to Council Position 2. David, along with his wife and two sons, have resided in Happy Valley for over twelve years. The Golobay family have given years of service to school fundraising and youth coaching. David is a business owner, sponsor of the Happy Valley Concerts in the Valley, as well as a City Corporate Sponsor which help bring other great events to Happy Valley. His service to the community includes volunteering on the Happy Valley Traffic and Public Safety Committee, coaching local youth sports, volunteering on the PTO, past President of the Happy Valley Business Alliance and past Chair of the North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce.  David has been a champion for a downtown district, community center, and enhanced parks and recreational services.

David Golobay

“As a business owner, I know how to set a budget and follow it, manage multiple projects, and build professional relationships. I bring my knowledge and skills to Happy Valley City Council to help continue to make this a great place to live and work.” – David Golobay

David Emami won election to Council Position 4. David, along with his wife, Susie, and two daughters have resided in Happy Valley since 2013. Previously, David served on the Planning Commission, Parks Advisory Committee, Clackamas County Street Light Budget Committee and was President of his HOA. David also has extensive volunteer experience with local schools, state educational programs, local charities and non-profit organizations. In his profession life, David is an Account Manager at a local wholesale industrial company, where he was worked for 14 years. David is the first ever Iranian-American member of a City Council in Oregon’s history. David is proud to be a strong voice for the underrepresented and a champion of the people.

“I’m so grateful to the people of Happy Valley for electing me to serve as your City Councilor. Representing our community has been my greatest professional honor and privilege; and I will continue to give this position the time, energy and effort it deserves.” -David Emami