Regional Roundup

The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), May 6, 2002 | Go to article overview

Regional Roundup


Byline: The Register-Guard

BANDON

TODAY

City Council - 6:40 p.m. work session to interview planning commission candidates, 7 p.m. business meeting, Council Chamber, City Hall, 555 Highway 101. Public hearing on state Land Use Board of Appeals remand for Michael Johnson, 1400 Beach Loop Drive; proposal to create taxing district to support South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team; change in boundary of Coquille Valley Enterprise Zone; jetty sewer district expansion; speed bumps. 347-2437.

COOS BAY

Speed study requested: City officials have asked for a state study to determine whether the 40 mph speed limit on Woodland Drive from Myrtle Avenue to the north city limits should be lowered.

City officials say a 30 to 35 mph speed limit may be more appropriate because of increased development and medical facilities in the area. The state controls the speed limit on all roads and streets regardless of whether they are inside a city. Upon completion of the study, the state Department of Transportation will decide whether to lower the speed limit.

Andy Charles artwork: Paintings by Coos County artist Andy Charles are on display in the Coos Bay Public Library through the month of May.

Charles is self-taught and has been painting for two decades. His subject matter is wide-ranging but subjects in nature are his special interest.

TODAY

Parks Commission - 5 p.m., City Manager's Conference Room, City Hall, 500 Central Ave. Ballfield lights; trail sign update; city dock upgrade. 269-8912.

School Board - 6 p.m. executive (nonpublic) session on labor negotiations, litigation, employee evaluation, 7 p.m. business meeting, Council Chamber, City Hall, 500 Central Ave. Electronic communications policy; capital projects; 2002-03 staffing, transition timeline; rezoning for 2002-03; summer school; update on PERS bond issue. 267-3104.

Southwestern Oregon Community College Budget Committee - 7 p.m., Empire Hall, Lakeview E. Budget meeting. 888-7400.

TUESDAY

Budget Committee - 6 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 500 Central Ave. Revenue enhancement possibilities; approval of 2002-03 budget. 269-8912.

City Council - 7 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 500 Central Ave. Wastewater pump station design contract; sidewalk stencil notices regarding leash law and skateboard rules; telecommunications business license; executive (nonpublic) session regarding litigation; urban renewal waterfront project amendment. 269-8912.

COTTAGE GROVE

TODAY

South Lane School Board - 6:30 p.m., District Service Center, 455 Adams Ave. Vacant board position; PERS bond cancellation; board policy on student conduct on school buses, disciplinary procedures for district-approved student transportation; executive (nonpublic) session to discuss labor negotiations. 942-3381.

CRESWELL

TODAY

Creslane Site Council - 3:45 p.m., School Library, 996 W. A Ave. 895-6140.

TUESDAY

High School Site Council - 7:30 a.m., Library, High School, 33390 E. Nieblock Lane. 895-6000.

ELMIRA

TODAY

Fern Ridge School Board - 5 p.m. work session, 7 p.m. regular meeting, Fern Ridge Middle School, 88831 Territorial Road. Reorganization of school district. 935-2253.

FLORENCE

TODAY

City Council - 7 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 250 Highway 101. Extension of workers' compensation benefits to city volunteers; amendment to state law regarding systems development charges; Qwest settlement; work session on proposed vertical housing development zone and possible zoning code amendment to allow temporary occupancy of recreational vehicles in residential zones. 997-3437.

TUESDAY

Florence PTA - 7 p.m., Library, Rhododendron School, 2221 Oak St. Teacher appreciation; state convention awards; year-end wrap-up; remarks from Siuslaw Middle School Principal Larry Martindale on student transitions to middle school program; parents with students in fifth grade particularly urged to attend. …

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