Occupation: Coos County Assessor
Occupational Background: 33 years of assessment experience (7 years as your Coos County Assessor, 15 years computer system manager, 11 years property appraiser); 12 years business owner doing fee appraisals for banks and others. Summer jobs in wood products mills.
Educational Background: Bachelor of Science degree; Business Administration, Mathematics, Southern Oregon College; Southwestern Oregon Community College; North Bend Schools.
Prior Governmental Experience: State wide Assessor's Education Committee, Administrative Rules Committee; City of Coquille budget committee; joint tax advisory group; Instructor for Or Department of Revenue analysis school; Ratio analysis state wide committee; Measure 47/50 state committee; data processing state wide technical committee.
Family: Coos County native. Debra and I have been married for 35 years. Debra is a computer network administrator. Our two grown children have both graduated from OSU, one with Bachelors of Science in Biology / Chemistry and a Masters of Science, and the other a Bachelors of Science in Biology / Chemistry with honors.
Community Activities: Rotary of Coquille President elect for 2009/10, Coquille Lions Club member, OHA Tioga Chapter past president (339 members), Past Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation South Coast Chapter. Past Team Captain for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Past City of Coquille budget committee, Past Coos County Courthouse Labor Council representative
Andy Jackson, Coos County Sheriff, fully supports Robert "Bob" Main for Coos County Commissioner.
I am running for the office of Coos County Commissioner to bring the "WE" (you) back to the office County Commissioner. As your present Coos County Assessor I have had the office policy of "treat everyone like you would like to be treated". I will bring this basic principle to the office of Commissioner. I will also insure that everyone's opinion will be heard and given weight. These are difficult financial times for your Coos County Government and a change of leadership is needed. Thank you and please remember to vote.
(This information furnished by Committee to elect Robert "Bob" Main Coos County Commissioner.)