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Oregon City Council will consider accepting the retirement of long time city Law Director Paul Goldberg, who is negotiating terms with Mayor Mike Seferian and City Administrator Mike Beazley that would include getting rehired at a cheaper rate of pay for two years while he draws a retirement check.

Goldberg submitted a letter of retirement to Seferian that becomes effective April 30.

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It’s always nice to celebrate an anniversary or milestone of some sort – especially one that falls on a nice-round number like 10, 25 or 50.

On Tuesday, April 19, Lake Elementary School will do just that, celebrating the 50th anniversary of its existence.

But it almost didn’t get to this point.

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The Oregon school board at a meeting on April 7 voted to eliminate three of six central office administrative positions in a continuing bid to cut costs in the financially strapped district.

The positions that are being eliminated include special education supervisor, technology director, and testing coordinator. The positions of assistant superintendent, director of student services, and curriculum director will be reorganized or consolidated.

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Woodmore forum set for Monday night
The Woodmore school board and administration will hold their third public forum April 18 from 7-8 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.

The forums are being held to update district residents on a school tax issue on the May 3 ballot and to inform residents about the district’s financial condition.

A final forum will be held May 2 in the high school cafeteria form 7-8 p.m.

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The Oregon City Schools and Northwood Local Schools districts are planning cuts in spending as a result of Gov. John Kasich’s proposed budget next year.
 
There is a 1.5-percent increase in state foundation funds to schools in Kasich’s $55.5 billion biennial budget, but funding to K-12 will be cut by 15 percent as a result of a loss in federal stimulus money and an accelerated phase-out of a tax on tangible personal property. Oregon would see an 11-percent reduction in funding, while Northwood’s funding would drop by 14-percent

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