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Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries

Archive-It Partner Since: Apr, 2021

Organization Type: Public Libraries & Local Governments

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The Cedar Mill & Bethany Community Libraries Association is one of the largest nonprofit library associations in the United States. The libraries are members of WCCLS (Washington County Cooperative Library Services), which serves the second-most populous county in Oregon. The libraries' mission is to provide an open door to the joy of reading, lifelong learning and personal enrichment, with an emphasis on the literacy development of children. The libraries are committed to support the values of intellectual freedom and open access to information; literacy, life-long learning and personal growth for all; and support diversity in our evolving community.

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Local History and Genealogy

Archived since: Jul, 2021


Collection of local history and genealogy resources in and around the Cedar Mill, Oregon area of Washington County, Oregon

Subject:   Society & Culture

Local News Sites

Archived since: Jul, 2021


Local news and community information for the Cedar Mill and Bethany areas of Washington County, Oregon

Subject:   Government - Counties Blogs & Social Media Society & Culture

Washington County, Oregon CPOs

Archived since: Nov, 2022


Citizen Participation Organizations (CPOs) and the related Committee for Community Involvement (CCI) have served as important public involvement venues for Washington County since the 1970s in support of Goal 1 Citizen Involvement under Oregon’s land use planning system. For over 30 years, the program was run as a nonprofit community-based service under contract with the Oregon State University Extension Service, providing citizens with an independent and community-run forum for engagement. In 2016, Oregon State Extension Service ended their contract with the County and the County took over management of the service. In 2021, County commissioners affirmed support for an ongoing multi-year reenvisioning of the CPO program. In summer of 2022, the program websites were updated and previous history is no longer available on the live web. The live and archived websites in this collection span many years of community action and evolution during a time of rapid change for Washington County. More content is available at the Wayback Machine at and

Subject:   Government - Counties Government - Cities

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