The Banks City Council will meet for a regular business meeting Tuesday with a public hearing scheduled during the meeting to discuss the adoption of a developer agreement with Holt Homes, an early step in a potential 950+ new home development in Banks.
Oregon lawmakers headed to Salem early Monday morning for the start of a 35-day sprint to pass budget fixes and bills addressing some of the most pressing issues facing the state. Here’s how to follow along.
The governing body that is responsible for the development of the Salmonberry Trail plans to meet in Buxton January 18 for a regular business meeting.
Washington County has a new circuit court judge as of last week, following the appointment of Hafez Daraee, replacing retired Judge Beth Roberts, who left the office in September of last year.
Washington County has a new sheriff following the swearing in of Sheriff Caprice Massey in a ceremony held Friday, December 1. With Washington County Presiding Judge Kathleen Proctor administering the oath of office, Massey become the 33rd sheriff of Washington County, and the first woman to hold the role. Massey[Read More…]
The rescheduled Washington Co. town hall with U.S. Rep. Bonamici has been rescheduled—as a telephone town hall
Those following along with an attempt to hold a town hall in Hillsboro for Washington County constituents of U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici have already seen the event postponed. It’s now scheduled as a telephone and online town hall for November 6 at 6 p.m.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office will be lead by Undersheriff Caprice Massey come December 1, the Washington County Board of Commissioners confirmed during their October 3 board meeting.
Ever wondered who decides when to lay fresh gravel on Pongratz Road? Or who makes recommendations on what happens to the Washington Co. fairgrounds? Find out more at the first Boards & Commissions Fall Open House October 19.
A series of town halls scheduled this week by U.S. Representative Suzanne Bonamici have been rescheduled. Those hoping to catch the congresswoman on October 6 will need to wait until November.
On Wednesday October 4, cell phones, televisions sets, and radios will chime with an alert designed to test the nation’s alert system for widespread emergencies.