Carl most recently served as a Metro Councilor for 12 years where he worked to protect the quality of life and natural heritage that defines Oregon while creating conditions for a sound economy. As a state representative from 1983 to 1994, Carl Hosticka was associated with passing groundbreaking legislation that moved Oregon forward on a variety of issues, including school funding, transportation, natural resources and government efficiency. He chaired the House Committees on Water Policy, and Revenue and School Finance and served as Oregon House Majority Leader.  A retired professor at the University of Oregon, Carl continues to teach courses on planning and public policy.  Carl earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brown University and a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  After graduating from college, Carl spent five years in as a Peace Corps volunteer in Nepal and a Peace Corps staff member in India.  He is an avid boater, possessing a Coast Guard license to operate vessels up to 100 tons on inland and near coastal waters.  Carl serves on TRK’s Citizen Action Committee.Bottom of Form