The Ashland Chronicle
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Taxes and Fees are Up Yet Again…with More to Come

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If you were hoping our city officials would begin to prioritize and control Ashland’s spending during the budget process this year, you must be sorely disappointed. Despite a valiant attempt by a few members of the Budget Committee who outlined some practical budget cuts, the City Council approved raising our property taxes to the maximum allowed by law and increasing …

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To Pipe or not to Pipe the Ashland Canal? Learn Some Facts & Join the Discussion

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To Pipe or not to Pipe the Ashland Canal?                         Informational Meeting Facts and Discussion  Saturdays in August August 10, 12-1:00pm E.coli Issues August 17, 12-1:00pmCost Issues August 24, 12-1:00pmCitizens’ Alternative Place: Ashland Library Basement Meeting Room Organized by the Citizens’ Alternative City Councilors and City Staff are being personally invited.

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Oregon Legislature on Health Care - Addie Greene Reports

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Legislature: Encouraging Healthy Communities to Thrive The Legislature, whose 2019 session ended June 30, passed 14 bills encouraging healthy communities to thrive. They are:             SB 52 requires school districts to create a comprehensive plan, by the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, to prevent student suicides. Sen. Jeff Golden was a sponsor.             SB 250 prohibits individuals from being …

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