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The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), April 19, 2005 | Go to article overview

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Coburg

TODAY

City Council - 7 p.m., Municipal Courthouse, 32694 E. Pearl St. Discuss municipal audit report. 682-7850.

Fire District Board - 7 p.m., Fire Station, 91232 N. Coburg Road. Budget committee appointment; policy review. 686-1543.

Cottage Grove

WEDNESDAY

Planning Commission - 7:30 p.m., City Hall, 400 Main St. Public hearing on amending transportation plan regarding the Highway 99/Main Street intersection. 942-3340.

South Lane Fire District Board - 7 p.m., Fire Station, 233 E. Harrison Ave. Discuss reports on district finance; north and south division relations. 942-4493.

Eugene

TODAY

Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee - 5:30 p.m., Saul Room, Atrium Building, 99 W. 10th Ave. Public hearing, one year action plan. 682-5071.

Joint meeting, Eugene and Springfield city councils, Lane County Board of Commissioners - 5:30 p.m., Conference Room; Harris Hall; Public Service Building, 125 E. Eighth Ave., Eugene. Work session. 7 p.m., same address. Public hearing. Amend metropolitan plan for public safety district. 682-4203.

Human Rights Commission - 6 p.m., McNutt Room, City Hall, 777 Pearl St. 682-5177.

Crest Drive Citizens - 7 p.m., Morse Ranch, 595 Crest Drive. General meeting. 687-7199.

South University Neighborhood Association Board - 7 p.m., Edison Elementary School, 1328 E. 22nd Ave. 344-8479.

Eugene Water & Electric Board - 5:30 p.m., Board Room, North Building, EWEB headquarters, 500 E. Fourth Ave. Work session to discuss development of a public survey and update on Region 2050 Project. 7:30 p.m., same address. Special board meeting to discuss board governance issues and power supply. 484-2411.

WEDNESDAY

City Council work session - Noon, McNutt Room, City Hall, 777 Pearl St. Work session, action on application to state for enterprise zone; forming a local improvement district for River Avenue; executive session. 682-5017.

Trainsong Neighbors - 7 p.m., American Red Cross, 862 Bethel Drive. 607-0277.

Whiteaker Community Council Executive Committee - 7 p.m., Whiteaker Community Center, Clark and North Jackson streets. 684-8064.

Southeast Neighbors Board - 7 p.m., Spencer Butte Middle School, 500 E. 43rd Ave. 514-4766.

Eugene School Board - 7 p.m., Education Center, 200 N. Monroe St. Legislative report; update on bond projects and final evaluation of CM/GC process for the renovations of North and South Eugene high schools; report on the federally qualified health center expansion for high school health centers; approval of social science textbook adoption. 687-3309.

Harrisburg

TODAY

Planning Commission - 7 p.m., City Hall, 354 Smith St. Consider site plan for 195 S. …

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