The Ashland Chronicle
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$35.9 Million Water Plant a Step Closer

Civic Action, Local Activism

$35.9 Million Water Plant a Step Closer By Addie Greene Scott Fleury, Ashland’s deputy Public Works director, briefed councilors on the proposed $35.9-million water treatment plant at the City Council meeting October 1. “ISA will not allow us to move forward without funding certainty,” he said. “We have a $14.8-million loan and $19 million cash on hand.” Additional borrowing will …

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Watch for Updates

Civic Action, Local Activism

Update on Hog Slaughter Farm south of Ashland - October 10 Update on piping the Ashland Canal - October 11 Statement from Ashland's Whistleblower - October/November

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Ashland Council "Afraid" of the Whistleblower??

Civic Action, Local Activism

Statement to City Council Business Meeting – October 1, 2019; After this statement the Director of Public Works stated that the plans were okay. She was one of the staff who testified against the whistleblower. The whistleblower was vindicated unanimously in federal court by a jury of his peers and the city's appeal that another judge dismissed. Why won't the …

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What is OST? You need to know!

Civic Action, Local Activism

Meet Ashland’s Oregon for Safer Technology (OST) In March of 2018, several Ashland residents responded to an Internet invitation in “Nextdoor Neighborhood” to attend a discussion about the cell facility proposed for the Science Building at Southern Oregon University.  The invitation was extended by Kelly Marcotulli, who had great interest because she suffers from “microwave sickness,” and she became the …

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