Thank you to the voters of Hood River County for your overwhelming support of our youth and our schools with the passage of Measure 14-58, the school facilities bond. Our school district educators are humbled by your vote of confidence and your dedication to the future of our community - our children.
Note to solicitors; Valuable lesson; Astounded; more
I just might call it “Houndlandia.”
‘Call us’: Vote Trandum; ’Clarifying the truth’; more
Yes for schools; Need discussion; ‘Obnoxious’; more
Water is something none of us can live without. It can be easy to take for granted, but we can’t prosper as a community, or even make it though the day without it.
Water grab; ‘Serious business’; Vote Weaver; more
Voting no; Insider’s perspective; more
Measure 14-55 reminds me of the “Big Box” ordinance passed years ago, limiting the size of retail stores in Hood River.
No increase in taxes, but big increase in value for students and community Hood River County School District facilities serve our children, and serve the community in general.
Yes to schools; Keep it simple; It was sarcasm; more
The folks who worked to get Measure 14-55 on the ballot deserve credit for action based on concern, and they raise important questions about resource use and the scope of decisions made by government in the interest of business.
In attending the City Council meeting on April 11, I listened to testimony on Measure 14-55. The most important part of this meeting for me was after the meeting was adjourned. I would like to share what took place.
Let CL decide; Measure 14-55; Vote no; more
‘Doesn’t mean it’s true’; Support STRs; Rave for ‘Cosi’; more
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