The Ashland Chronicle
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Update: Grandview Access to the TID Trail

Civic Action

The parks' director, Michael Black, has not responded for over four weeks to the group of citizens wanting their access to the TID returned. The access is important for folks who can't walk up hill or down hill.  It gives folks a level access to the TID trail. As soon as the chronicle staff hears more, we will post it …

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Ashland Parks and Recreation Commissioners Have Broken Trust with Ashland Citizens

Civic Action

Broken Trust What is going on with the Ashland Parks & Recreation Commission and a growing, large number of outspoken Ashland citizens?   We’ve all read the Tidings article, October 26, under their monthly column “Park View,” in which Parks & Rec commissioners present their side of the Senior Center issue.  Before we get to the issue, I would note that …

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APRC should not be in charge of a social service program for seniors offered by the city. Why? Read Below!

Civic Action, Council Watch

To Citizens of Ashland: The situation with the Senior Program has deteriorated further.  On October 10th, Mr. Black informed an ad hoc committee that the program director position, previously filled by Chris Dodson, is now a part-time position.  He proceeded to say APR could use some help in finding someone to fill it.  It is ironic that, two months after the …

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