October 15, 2014
Falls City City Council
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Falls City likely will reduce hours for administrator due to budget
The city of Falls City will soon begin searching for a permanent city manager, but that person may be working part time.
The Falls City City Council has increased the rates it will charge Luckiamute Domestic Water Cooperative in hopes of spurring further negotiations on a contract to sell water to the utility.
Decision will benefit community
The Falls City Fire Department has been granted nonprofit status by the Internal Revenue Service, allowing the agency and its firefighters to continue a long tradition of donating to community causes.
Now the Falls City City Council is considering just what responsibilities that position should have.
Falls City has hired Jon Hanken, the retired city manager of Scappoose, as its interim city administrator.
Falls City joins several other Oregon cities, including Independence, in passing a tax before voters statewide weigh in on Measure 91, the initiative seeking to legal recreational marijuana.