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    City Seeking Input on Priorities and Projects in Downtown Eugene

    The community is invited to weigh in on the key solutions to the challenges we face in the heart of our community. Read on...
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    Mayor Vinis: Statement regarding attack on LTD bus

    “The vicious attack that took place this weekend on a Lane Transit District bus is deeply distressing. My thoughts are with the victim’s family and loved ones, and the passengers that witnessed this senseless attack. Read on...
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    City receives 10 applications for Ward 7 City Council vacancy

    The City of Eugene received 10 applications for the appointment of Ward 7’s Interim City Councilor. The City Council plans to appoint an interim councilor by the end of the year. Learn more...
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    Large and Small Business Finalists for 2023 Mayor’s Bold Steps Award Announced

    Eugene businesses named as finalists for the 2023 Mayor’s Bold Steps Award Forrest Paint, Oregon Community Credit Union, and Yellow Emperor. The new Small Business Bold Steps Award finalist are: Threadbare Print House, Kesh Color Lab, and We Refill It. Additional Info...
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    Eugene voters invest in streets, safety and street trees

    When asked about investing in their streets, safety, and urban forest, Eugene residents responded with a resounding YES! Read on...
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    Leaf season starts Monday, November 7

    Eugene’s leaf collection and delivery program begins Nov. 7. Eugene’s leaf program is funded by storm water fees because proper use and disposal of leaves keeps decaying leaves out of local creeks and rivers. Read on...
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