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Prepare for icy road conditions; travel with caution
02/22/2018
Drivers in Lane County should prepare for icy roads tonight and during the Friday morning commute.
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Lane County selects Casey Crear as performance auditor
02/21/2018
Casey Crear, PhD has been selected as Lane County’s next performance auditor. If the contract is approved by the Board of County Commissioners during its February 27 meeting, Crear will join Lane County in March.
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Lane County Assessor offers free tax workshop for business owners
02/15/2018
The Lane County Assessor’s Office is offering a free business personal property tax workshop on February 22, 2018.
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Mt. Pisgah Habitat Management Plan one step closer to completion; community members invited to open house to review draft plan
02/07/2018
Community members are invited to learn more about the draft Habitat Management Plan for HBRA at an open house on Thursday, February 15, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Harris Hall (125 E. 8th Avenue, Eugene). There will be a brief presentation at 5:30 p.m.
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New card-only day pass machine at Mt. Pisgah increases convenience for park visitors
02/05/2018
Beginning February 14, 2018, the kiosk where visitors to Mt. Pisgah purchase their day passes will accept only debit or credit cards – no cash.
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Lane County Sheriff's Office opens 50 additional local jail beds
02/02/2018
On February 3, 2018, the Lane County Sheriff’s Office will be adding fifty jail beds for local defendants and offenders, increasing the number of local jail beds to 367 from 317.
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Independent audit finds jail levy funds used as promised to voters
01/30/2018
An annual, independent financial audit of the use of jail levy revenue has found that funds have been used as promised to restore local jail beds and critical youth treatment facilities.
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Lane County Waste Management announces Creswell, Rattlesnake, and Marcola electronic recycling
01/29/2018
Lane County Waste Management’s Creswell, Rattlesnake, and Marcola transfer stations have begun accepting computers, TVs and other electronics for recycling.
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