Despite the fact that the Josephine County Commissioners had agreed to preserve Pipe Fork rather than clear cut it, they have not yet agreed to the $2,020,000 purchase offer from the Conservation Fund. This offer matches the “Yellow Book” price and is greater than the County’s own appraisal in 2020. Read More about Pipe Fork […]
Join us for our Holiday Gathering. Winter Solstice, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Michael & Colette Storms Sending-Off…you name it! Any reason to celebrate with our Democratic friends and family at the December regular meeting. Tuesday December 12th at 6:30 PM. This will be a potluck! ** Last names ending A-M bring a side dish with serving […]
But you probably know that from the massive number of emails you are getting to donate. Here is something different. you could give $50 to the Josephine County Democratic Party (or $100 for joint-filers) and get every dollar back when you file your Oregon taxes. It’s like a free donation! It’s a unique, important way […]
If just a little over half of registered Democrats had voted in the Grants Pass School Board election we wouldn’t have a majority on the board that wants to disrupt the learning process for students, cast doubt on professional educators and make it possible for anyone to declare a religious exemption from anything they don’t […]
The caucus meeting today is cancelled… but consider some celebrating including voting victories locally and other states such as Ohio, Virgina, etc. We can also celebrate some good news about mining in Josephine County (see Courier article below). One more item of interest: I have reported American Mineral Research (AMR) to the FTC for their […]
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At the Oct. 11 meeting of the Josephine County Commission, a public hearing was held to amend the Land Development code to make it line up with changes made by the Oregon State Legislature. One change was defining agritourism in farm zones, which allows farmers to attract visitors with agricultural operations. Josephine County Commissioners complained […]
If the Supreme Court overturns the ruling requiring cities to house their homeless before clearing them, we should thank the City and County of San Francisco for their assistance. Read the article.
From: Councilor Ogier I am reaching out to spread awareness of an alarming situation that was brought to my attention. As you know the second reading for a $0 utility fee recently failed. The purpose of the utility fee was to help fund public safety services. What was the difference from the passing of the […]