Gas prices in Polk County drop below $3 a gallon at several stations
Oregon gas prices, including those in Polk County, have dropped an average of 40 cents in the last month.
Group preps ballots for counting
Tuesday morning, the three women who make up the election board arrived to begin the real work.
Polk County Sheriff Robert (Bob) Wolfe is unopposed this election
Registered voters in Polk County have until 8 p.m. Tuesday to return their ballots for the Nov. 4 vote-by-mail general election*Polk County Sheriff Robert (Bob) Wolfe is unopposed in his re-election bid*Polk County election Drop Sites
Two PSWCD positions have no one seeking office
However the Tuesday general election turns out, two seats will remain vacant on the Polk Soil and Water Conservation District Board of Directors, according to Oregon State Statute.
Local results from the Nov. 4 vote-by-mail general election in Polk County will be available Tuesday night via three sources.
The criminal investigation began with an election complaint filed by State Sen. Brian Boquist (R-Dallas) in May alleging “direct coordination of campaign activities” possibly in violation of campaign finance laws.
$3 million loan will finance Dallas land purchase, more
The city of Dallas has secured a more than $3 million short-term loan to finance several public works projects, including purchasing property surrounding Mercer Reservoir on Rickreall Creek, the city’s water source.
Upcoming meetings for governmental agencies in Polk County.
The design, recommended by project engineer Oregon Transportation Professionals (OTP) of West Salem, would close Doaks Ferry to nearly all traffic.
The agency, in partnership with Northwest Human Services and local insurance agents, will host free insurance informational sessions Saturday in Dallas and West Salem.
Falls City has hired Jon Hanken, the retired city manager of Scappoose, as its interim city administrator.
*Free estate planning workshop set*Adopt-A-Family applications taken*Leaf pickup in Monmouth to start*Propane tanks explode in structure
To give riders of the Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway an alternative to River Road South in Salem, Monmouth City Councilman and avid bike rider Marshall Guthrie has rallied officials in both Monmouth and Independence to co-sign a proposed alternate route.
Originally set at $4,000 per building, the Dallas Urban Renewal District Board of Directors on Oct. 20 approved an increase to $10,000 per building.