The subject has sparked a lot of discussion as the commissioners are making adjustments to the county land use code to include marijuana.
If voters within the city limits of Powers have not received their ballot in the mail by Friday, September 18, they should contact the Coos County Election’s office.
Wednesday night the board took public action but revealed surprisingly little.
Oregon will send $402 million back to taxpayers next year after the state collected more than expected in personal-income taxes over the last two years, state economists said Wednesday.
45 valid signatures is what it took for city councilors Mearl McDaniel, Jack McDaniel and Joseph George to have their names placed on September's ballot for a recall election.
Voters will choose whether to implement a "US Constitution Second Amendment Preservation" ordinance, which made it to the ballot as a citizen-driven initiative
Earlier this summer the board approved a new federal program that would provide free meals for all North Bend students, but this week the board voted unanimously not to move forward with the program.
Monday night's public meeting was a continuation of the hearing that started on July 20. When that meeting drew three hours of public testimony, the Planning Commission voted to give the public more time to submit evidence."
The room was packed Monday as dozens of community members gave their opinion on the proposed project, which would extend the river walk trail by two-and-a-half miles from Highway 42 to the Johnson Mill Pond.
70 percent of the tax would go to promote tourism in the area while the remaining 30 percent would go toward local law enforcement.
The new resolution requires compensation to the Common School Fund for the fair market value of the forest.
"Probably the overriding concern is that we haven't discussed it in great depth and we haven't gotten the information we need," says North Bend mayor Rick Wetherell.
It was part of a series of town hall meetings he’s conducting throughout Oregon's Fourth District.
The event drew quite a crowd, nearly filling the Bandon Public Library’s community room.
74 percent of the people who replied believe the streets are bad and getting worse.