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The Ashland Chronicle Forum - Citizens Budget Committee - Friday, February 9 Live TV

Civic Action

February 9, 6:30-7:30pm  -  The Ashland Chronicle Forum: Citizens Budget Committee         Two half hour live RVTV shows are being produced.  The panel consists of two budget committee members.         They are Dave Runkel and Garrett Furuichi.         The first half hour will be a conversation between the committee members and Julie Akins, journalist, is the MC.         The second …

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The Fickle Finger of Ashland! February 5, 2018

Civic Action

The Fickle Finger of Ashland! Citizens of Ashland have a new piece of modern art.  It is located in the triangle pocket park between the Ashland Library and Fire House #1.  The cost is $100,000.  Drive or walk by it.  Don't look it up on Google. Remember -  "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." Gateway Island Gets "Threshold" …

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Ashland Council Addicted to Spending

Civic Action

The recovery from addiction is a transformational process. There are many steps but the most important one involves accepting there is a problem. Recovery takes hold only if there is a willingness to change, where people acknowledge the truth, accept a different view, and stop pretending there isn't a problem.  Our city government is addicted to spending, yet remains in denial.  A tepid enthusiasm for fiscal transparency and a lack of prioritization …

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Recall Election is on! Or is it? Resignations can call off election!

Civic Action

Recall Election is on!  Or is it?  Resignations can call off election! Recall now so that we can get three new commissioners who will: - seek, listen and respect community input before making changes - manage the budget much better to ensure Ashland's financial stability - maintain well what we have before expanding or creating new programs - restore the …

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