The Ashland Chronicle
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How $12 Million Became $35.9 Million - Addie Greene

Civic Action, Local Activism

How $12 Million Became $35.9 Million By Addie Greene Ashland City Administrator Kelly Madding explained the city’s decision to go ahead with a proposed $35.9-million water treatment plant at a City Council study session August 5.             The city’s 2012 Water Master Plan included the current 2.5 million gallon a day (MGD) facility and the 2.6 MGD Crowson Reservoir, and …

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Everything that You Ever Wanted to Know about E.coli

Civic Action, Local Activism

Hypothesis:    by Julie Bonney Professional Lab Technician E. coli (Escherichia coli) Piping the Ashland Canal will not lead to lowered E. coli counts.  Proper cleaning and maintenance will lead to lower E. coli levels within Ashland’s TID canal. Background: Power washing and vacuuming up the debris and sediment was part of the preparatory work that Robinson Concrete (the company …

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Opponent of 5G Speaks before Ashland Council

Civic Action, Local Activism

Opponent of 5G Speaks before Ashland Council Lynn Georgens, a fairly new member of Ashland’s community, spoke at the August 6 City Council business meeting. During public forum, she reminded the council of these facts: There are over 200 members in Oregon Safe Technology living in Ashland and Talent, not just the four who presented at the Study Session in …

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