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Drain

TODAY

North Douglas School Board - 6:30 p.m., Library, North Douglas High School, 305 S. Main St. Bond process work session; executive (nonpublic) session; district audit, elementary school break-in, policy updates, rescind furlough days and add instructional days. 541-836-2223, Ext. 281.

Elkton

TODAY

School Board - 7 p.m., Library, Elkton High School, 739 River Road. Teacher presentation, 2010-11 audit, policy review, financial report, donations and grants. 541-584-2227.

Eugene

TODAY

Street Repair Review Panel - 3 p.m., Conference Room, Public Works, 1820 Roosevelt Blvd. Engineering report, report to city manager. 541-682-8476.

City Council - 5:30 p.m., McNutt Room, City Hall, 777 Pearl St. Work session: Occupy Eugene, boards and commissions. At 7:30 p.m. in Council Chamber, vacation of part of Moss Street, Occupy Eugene camping ban exemption. 541-682-5882.

Friendly Area Neighbors Board - 7 p.m., Washington Park Recreation Center, 2025 Washington St. 541-344-5599.

TUESDAY

Planning Commission - 6 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 777 Pearl St. Public hearing: multi family code amendments, 541-682-5508. Rexius site, Amazon Meadows, 541-682-5453.

Crest Drive Citizens - 7 p.m., Upstairs, Market of Choice, 67 W. 29th Ave. Ksaranpa@comcast.net.

Jefferson Westside Neighbors - 7 p.m., United Methodist Church, 1376 Olive St. Chair@jwneugene.org.

Southeast Neighbors - 7 p.m., Tamarack Wellness Center, 3575 Donald St. 541-345-7421.

Harrisburg

TODAY

School Board - 6:30 p.m., high school library, 400 S. Ninth St. Executive (nonpublic) session, financial report, surplus property sale, federal grant, policy review. 541-995-3453.

Lane County

TODAY

Parks Advisory Committee - 5:30 p.m., Goodson Room, Public Works, 3040 N. Delta Highway, Eugene. 541-682-2000.

TUESDAY

Board of Commissioners - 8 a.m., Carmichael Room, Serbu Center, 2727 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Leadership team. At 6 p.m., Coburg City Hall, 91069 N.

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