ACES – Ashland Citizens for Economic Sustainability: CHAPTER THREE In the October 2018 Sneak Preview, Ashland Mayor Stromberg claimed that critics of the city’s finances used incorrect numbers when showing dramatic increases in the Ashland... Read More
A Tale of Two Cities, Part II What should we, as Ashland citizens, do to correct the projected $2.5-million shortfall in the 2017-2019 Ashland budget? As a beginning, let’s analyze the budgets of the city’s... Read More
Water: The Infrastructure Must Be Sound & Affordable. We Want Choices and Discussions! This past week, the Ashland City Council voted to move forward with the staff’s recommendation to build a new water treatment... Read More
Gender Equity Possible On March 20, 2018, the City Council voted to fill a vacancy on the Ashland Council with Jackie Bachman, one of three finalists considered. I am sure that all the finalists... Read More
Ashland Budget Study Session – March 19, 2018 Mayor John Stromberg brought to order the third Ashland budget study session Monday at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. Public Works Director Paula Brown... Read More
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