The public comment section of the Independence City Council meeting on Aug. 8 began with a comment from Alex Andrade, owner of Blackbird Indica, asking the council to reconsider the licensing process for marijuana businesses in Independence.
Members of the Dallas City Council will not be required to abide by the same social media rules as city employees.
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The city of Independence announced that the Oregon Legislature awarded the city a $1 million grant for further development of Independence Landing.
At the Monmouth City Council work session on July 18, a point of discussion was a response to the grassroots town hall meeting organized by former city councilor Marshal Guthrie. That meeting was on June 22 at the Monmouth Public Library.
County Administrator Greg Hansen will officially retire this summer, but he won’t leave right away.
The city may finally have the last piece of the Mercer Reservoir watershed property purchase completed.
With the passage of Senate Bill 719, Oregon joins a handful of states to authorize “extreme risk protection orders,” compelling the temporary surrender of deadly weapons, including firearms.
Solar eclipse viewers now have an option of camping in Falls City’s Upper Park and joining in a Great American Eclipse breakfast and viewing party on Aug. 21.
Granted they are submitted on time, two five-year operational levies will appear on the November ballot for Falls City voters, one for Wagner Community Library and another for the city’s fire department and streets.
Public Agenda is a listing of upcoming meetings for governmental and nongovernmental agencies in Polk County.
DALLAS — Polk County’s Intentional Use of Deadly Physical Force Planning Authority approved revisions to its response plan Thursday evening.
Garus: Bond would be needed to address issues of all roads in Dallas
DALLAS — The Dallas Public Works Committee recommended four sections of streets for maintenance this summer, but may change what types of streets are prioritized for repair in future years.
Public agenda for June 28