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Addie Greene Reports on Marsh Public Forum

Civic Action

  Marsh Looks Ahead Calling the Student Success Act (HB 3427), which took effect January 1, a major achievement of the Oregon Legislature’s 2019 “long session,” District 5 Rep. Pam Marsh told her town hall audience the act will invest $1 billion a year in early childhood and K-12 education. The town hall took place February 1 at the Unitarian Universalist …

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Citizen Challenges Council to Look at Different Costs for City Hall!

Civic Action, Local Activism

The City has said they have no details to support the $7.2 million estimate . In my opinion, that number is a ball park number and a NEW (not retrofit) City Hall can easily be built for $4 Million ( $465.sq.ft). A year ago (2/9/19), I submitted a $4M-$5M  estimate to the City Council.  (A 8,600 sqft building for under …

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Protest: Reject the Cover-up! Vogel Plaza, February 5, 5:30pm

Civic Action, Local Activism

Protest Feb 5 Vogel Plaza 5:30 pm, Medford Protest the historic Senate vote on the impeachment of Trump. Bring signs, a flashlight or lantern, and warm clothes. Vogel Park:  12 S Central Ave, Medford, OR 97501

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Wireless Radiation-Invisible Dangers: Info and Safety

Civic Action, Local Activism

Wireless Radiation-Invisible Dangers: Information and Safety Sunday, February 16, 2020
1-3 pm.
Medford Public Library, 205 S. Central Ave. During this free meeting, speakers will share information about: The Dangers of Wireless Radiation
(cell phones, cordless, wifi routers, baby monitors, Smart Meters, 5G) The Reality of Radiation Injuries
The Danger to the Natural World
What You Can Do to Protect Your Home and Your Health …

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Who Owns Local Media: NPR Answers the Question

Civic Action, Local Activism

NPR article says it like it is about local media. What are we left with? Read the article at this linkhttps://www.ijpr.org/post/who-owns-your-local-news-sinclair-broadcasting-invests-medford-experiment#stream/2

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