Katy Eymann understands public safety must be a budget priority. During the time Katy’s opponent has been Commissioner, County law enforcement has deteriorated, early jail releases reached historic highs and crime increased.
Katy Eymann knows Coos County’s economy depends on our natural resources: trees, fish, and scenic beauty. Another resource we have in abundance is offshore
wind. The global economy seeks renewable energy creating a huge opportunity for Coos County. Katy Eymann will work hard to attract the family-wage jobs created by floating wind energy while ensuring our environment and fishing industry are protected. – Learn more
Katy Eymann stands with landowners as they are threatened by a Canadian company that has no respect for our community – they are trying to seize land through eminent domain for their own private gain. Katy supports adoption of federal legislation introduced by Oregon US Senator Ron Wyden, that prevents use of eminent domain for projects that are for export only- Learn more
Katy Eymann knows that affordable housing is a top concern for many residents in the county. She is committed to finding ways to create affordable housing. Katy Eymann will fight for the implementation of the Coos County Housing Action Plan to build a dynamic housing market with increased quality housing and affordable options. Everyone deserves a safe place to sleep. – Learn more
The county faces a revenue shortfall. The current commissioners have failed to adopt a long-term financial plan and avoid the tough questions the county needs to face. Katy Eymann vows to make the adoption of a long-term financial plan a top priority when she gets into office. – Learn more
Katy Eymann opposes the proposed Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Export Terminal and Pacific Connector Pipeline. The Jordan Cove Energy Project is not following industry safety standards. If built, it will put Coos County residents at great risk, while avoiding taxes, and seizing landowners land through eminent domain. Washington, California, and every other coastal county in Oregon have said no. We should too. – Learn more