The Partnership Committee is a four-person advisory group with members from the City of Tigard and City of Lake Oswego City Councils. The Committee provides oversight on issues and topics of Partnership water operations, budgets and requests. Individual members will deliver information and recommendations to their respective City Councils as necessary.
Meetings are held every quarter, on Mondays at 5:30 p.m. Click here for upcoming meetings and agendas.
Tigard Council President, Yi-Kang Hu
Council President Yi-Kang Hu is a food and drug lawyer whose practice focuses on FDA law and regulation. Prior to his legal career, Yi was a research scientist and earned a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Yi has volunteered with several community organizations and served on many of their boards and committees. At the city level, Yi’s community involvement includes Tigard Transportation Advisory Committee and Tigard Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), in addition to the Planning Commission.
Born in Taiwan, Yi immigrated to the United States with his family when he was a child. He came to Oregon to attend college in the ’90s and has called Oregon home ever since.
Tigard City Councilor, Maureen Wolf
Councilor Maureen Wolf served on the board of the Tigard-Tualatin School District from 2009 – 2021 and was the chair from 2019 – 2021. She served as the President of the Oregon School Boards Association in 2021 and has been a member since 2014. She currently serves on the Northwest Regional Education Service District’s board of directors, as well. Maureen co-founded Packed with Pride, a non-profit that ensures Tigard-Tualatin families have a reliable food source when school buildings are closed. The organization started in 2020 during the early months of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lake Oswego Mayor, Joe Buck
Mayor Joe Buck grew up in the Lake Grove neighborhood and owns and operates several Lake Oswego restaurants. He previously served on the City Council from 2014-2017 and currently volunteers on the boards of various community groups including LO for LOve, Hunger Fighters Oregon and the Willamette Falls Trust. His community work includes the Lake Grove Village Center Plan, Parks Plan 2025, LO Climate Action Plan and the Youth Leadership Council.
Mayor Buck is a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard and graduated from the University of Portland with a degree in business administration and accounting.
Lake Oswego City Councilor, Trudy Corrigan
Trudy Corrigan is a community volunteer who has lived in Lake Oswego since 1991. Her professional background is in employee benefits consulting. While raising two children with her husband Kit, she actively volunteered in Lake Oswego schools and in the community.
Her community work includes the Boones Ferry Road Improvements Project Advisory Committee, Lake Grove Urban Renewal Citizen’s Advisory Committee, Lake Oswego Zoning Simplification and Clear and Objective Standards Citizen’s Advisory Committee, and the Lake Grove Neighborhood Association Board.
Councilor Corrigan earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Oregon State University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Oregon.