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Opponents of two Albany measures in this month’s special election have raised about $9,600, or roughly double the money of supporters of the i…

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So far, turnout in the Albany March 12 election that gives voters a chance to decide whether they want more control over city debt and future …

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March ballot measures are a tug-of-war between representative government and direct democracy

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Letters are flying to and from the state elections division in Salem as opponents and proponents of the two measures appearing on the March 12…

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As David Johnson looked out on the flowing Willamette River from the third floor of the Wheelhouse, he admitted his timing may have been off.

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The Jolly Motel had a bad reputation. The ramshackle address offered rent by the week and  had a rotating cast of residents fresh from prison.…

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Eighteen years ago, Albany’s downtown was aging and many business owners were struggling financially.

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LEBANON — Although a variety of projects are allowed under the umbrella of urban renewal, the city of Lebanon’s three districts have had a las…

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As of June 30, 2012, the city owed $111 million for projects, including the water and wastewater treatment facilities and road improvements

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Albany voters will decide the fate of two initiatives (22-116 and 22-117) on March 12. These measures will have serious negative effects on th…

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Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of stories taking a closer look at issues related to two initiative measures on the March ballot …

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