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Update on Hog/Chicken Slaughter Facility South of Ashland

Civic Action, Local Activism

For those who couldn’t attend the March 12 hearing regarding Uproot Meats, here’s a brief update. It was certainly interesting, though not very satisfying. We had good representation. Krista slipped in at the last minute. She was alone. She went to the back of the room and took some video then she went to the stand. She appeared to be …

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Ashland budget numbers raise concerns

Civic Action

Citizens must get involved by attending meetings - watch our calendar for those meetings in April and May. Chronicle Editors With consideration of a two-year budget for the city of Ashland approaching, here are some major issues. First, the city is sitting on a pile of money, $49.2 million, mostly from overcharging utility customers for the past half dozen years. …

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Young People Lead the Way: Report from Addie Greene

Civic Action, Local Activism

 Young People Lead the Way “Some exciting things can happen when young people step up,” says Jim Hartman, who teaches Climate Change Solutions at Ashland High School. Three of his students spoke at the Ashland Climate Change Youth Challenge March 9 at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.             Sam Levine explored how “love is related to our mission” of saving the …

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