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A BRAVE NEW OREGON -Initiatives that may transform the state

Posted on Aug 20, 2014 in News, slider File | 0 comments

Election Day is not until November 4, but it’s not too early to examine some of the ballot initiatives that may fundamentally change the...

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Downtown trees to be cut down

Posted on Aug 20, 2014 in News | 0 comments

In a scenario familiar to those who watched cutting of mature trees on State Street outside the US Bank, a set of three Upright European...

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WASTE MATTERS: On the air

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If you are interested in sustainability and mastering your own geological footprint tune into Waste Matters:On The Air! on the Willamette...

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Does city’s favorite bridge meet state law?

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On July 14, Salem Weekly received a letter from the City of Salem’s Public Works Transportation Planning Manager, Julie Warncke, that...

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Your parking opinions sought

Posted on Aug 20, 2014 in News | 1 comment

At the August 11 city council meeting, councilor Dan Clem requested the public give the council their thoughts on downtown core parking at...

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Public hearings scheduling a complex process

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Residents hoping to speak on the Howard Hall issue were frustrated recently when a city council meeting went until nearly 10 p.m.  Those...

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“Pop Up” food and art create stir

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August’s First Wednesday saw food carts popping up in a downtown alley, drawing nearly 500 art and food enthusiasts.  The event,...

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Dynamic art from old stuff

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Straub Environmental Center announced it is accepting art work made from recycled materials for its fall fundraiser, “From Cart to Art.”...

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A Glimpse of the Dragon Kingdom; Bhutan

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The Salem Public Library cooperates with many area organizations to co-sponsor regular meetings in the library.  One especially...

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