About Katy Eymann
Current Occupation: Attorney
Occupation: Small business owner; Teamster Business agent; bean picker;
Prior Governmental Experience: Board of Education, SWOCC; Chair, Board of Maritime Pilots; Legislative Assistant, Oregon Senate; County Public Defender.
Family: Married 31 years to Bill Bradbury. Fun fact: Katy did not want to change her last name when she married Bill, in order to honor her father, Richard O. Eymann. He was speaker of the Oregon House in 1973. Katy’s mom and dad had seven girls and one boy.
Protecting Your Property Rights
“The pipeline project should be stopped. If approved, the company will condemn property and force landowners to forfeit a 50 to 100-foot swath across their land even if they don’t want a pipeline on their property.”
Coos County Must Insist on a Safe and Strong Economy
“Coos Bay hosts Oregon’s largest Oyster and clam beds. Mud and silt disturbed by this project can smother our oyster and clam beds. Dredging our bay for huge LNG tankers will require underwater blasting to remove millions of tons of bedrock and sand that will be dumped in the ocean off of Sunset Bay State park.”