Andy Duyck has been serving on the Washington County Commission for nearly 20 years and has a tremendous record of success in his private and public life.
He built a successful manufacturing business that employs 20 that is still in operation today. He has worked to make Washington County more effective and efficient by creating a business climate that is conducive to growth. The business environment in Washington County is one of the strongest in the state because of policies that allow employers to swiftly navigate their way through government and create jobs.
Chairman Duyck has been a vocal supporter of transportation funding, a chamber priority. He also has encouraged and participated in a collaborative approach on planning issues in the south metro region, working with the cities of Wilsonville and Tualatin. He is a strong supporter of industrial development in the Coffee Creek and Basalt Creek areas and supported the creation of Wilsonville’s economic development TIF zones.
Chair Duyck’s business acumen and his alignment with chamber priorities has earned him the Wilsonville Area Chamber of Commerce’s endorsement.
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