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Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian will no longer allow police officers to be at school board meetings after he learned that the city is footing the bill.
“I found out that has been going on for quite some time,” said Seferian. “I went to a school board meeting prior to the election last November when a lot of people questioned the school board for giving raises to administrators. I noticed then there were a couple of officers at the meeting. Police have been going to school board meetings for several months.”
Eastwood revenues get a late boost
The district received a delinquent tax payment from the Wood C
Cheryl Cuprys prides herself on keeping a cool head in the face of adversity and challenges.
When the Oregon woman received the diagnosis that her breast cancer – which she had battled successfully some 23 years ago – had returned, she steeled her resolve to weather the surgeries and treatment she would need to survive. She was also determined to lead as normal a life as possible throughout it all – and that included keeping her full head of hair.
Oregon City Council at a special meeting last Tuesday approved a Special Use Exception (SUE) that will allow Fouty & Company to expand its business on property located on Vega Lane, north of Bayshore Road.
The owner of the company, which makes hydraulic hoses and gaskets, is Marion Fouty.
A public hearing was held by the Oregon Planning Commission on Nov. 15, which voted 3-0 to recommend the SUE.
Young Farmers club ending consignment sale
Another annual fundraiser that’s benefited the Oak Harbor area for more than 30 years will come to an end.
The Oak Harbor Young Farmers chapter decided at its December meeting to discontinue its annual consignment sale that has raised more than $180,000 – a majority of it for the Ottawa County Fair.
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