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23Feb 21
EPD Is Looking For Help After Tire Slashings At These Locations.

Police seek help in tire slashing spree

Call 541.682.5111 With Surveillance Footage and Tips Since February 21, local residents in the 4600 Block of Hillside Drive, W. Amazon and University areas have reported 11 tire slashing incidents, with six additional residents still awaiting contact, for a total of 17 reports. That is a lot of people out the cost of new tires. The incidents range from the 4600 block of Hillside Drive, through W. Amazon, and into University area. Investigators believe they likely occurred between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. Several victims reported hearing loud music between those hours. One witness heard the music and saw a…

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19Feb 21

Creating a fire-safer urban landscape

Environmental Stewardship Committee News, February 2021 by Devon Mann, SEN Board Vice Chair  An unfortunate combination of land management practices and climate change have brought the risk of wildfire to our doorsteps. Much of the hills of the Southeast Eugene neighborhood are a wooded mix of Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, and Oregon White Oak. As a resident, I have concerns about how to best create and maintain a fire-safer habitat on and around my property.  I recently enlisted the help of Ian Appow of Eco System Solutions to assess the defensible space of my home. The defensible space is…

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19Feb 21

Metro offers sessions on regional transportation plan

The Central Lane Metropolitan Planning Organization (CLMPO) is conducting an online open house to support the Regional Transportation Plan (RTP). The RTP serves as a blueprint for Central Lane County’s long-term transportation projects and is updated every four years. It guides how we spend federal money on transportation projects in Eugene, Springfield, and Coburg and outlines how to proceed with ongoing projects and programs. These programs include expanding different types of travel options, as well as environmental, job growth, and equity initiatives.  With our region expected to grow by over 50,000 people in the next 25 years, it’s important that we create a plan…

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