The Ashland Chronicle
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Parks Commissioners - Please Listen to the Voice of Reason from Ashland Citizens

Civic Action, Local Activism

Mon. Jan. 28, 7pm, City Council Chambers on E. Main (east of Mountain Ave.) Hi, my name is Julie Norman. Commissioners, thank you for the opportunity to make these suggestions: 1.  Honor the primary goal of the Parks Commission. Your website says: “The goal of the Parks Commission is to provide and promote recreational opportunities and to preserve and maintain …

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Action Alert: Logging of Healthy Trees by City - Speak Out about It (read below)

Civic Action, Local Activism

URGENT: Vote by Ashland Parks and Rec Commissioners on proposed logging of 2 mature, healthy Douglas fir trees is scheduled for Mon. Jan 28th (7pm, Ashland Council Chambers) Dear Friends of Lithia Park, Re: Opposing proposed logging for the expansion and renovation of the Japanese Garden Last night (Jan. 24) I attended a public input meeting hosted by the Ashland Parks and Rec …

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A Must Read: Ashland (TID) Canal

Civic Action, Local Activism

Ditch the TID canal pipe project BY  John Hauschild January 22, 2019, Ashland Tidings If you live anywhere near, and/or enjoy walks along, the Ashland TID canal, please look into the facts of the proposed pipe project and tell our City Council not to approve the next phase of funding! When I first learned the city of Ashland was looking …

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Don't Uproot Ashland Presents New Evidence to Shut Down the Hog and Chicken Farm Near Ashland

Civic Action, Local Activism

Don't Uproot Ashland presents new evidence, applicant violations, and new conditions for the land use approval of the hog and chicken slaughter house near Ashland. Check out the link. The Jackson County Hearings Officer will make his decision mid -February. Watch here for the results of his decision.

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