Blooms and bridges dominated Thursday’s CL Port Commission meeting.
The search continues for Hood River County’s top executive.
As a packed house filled Council Chambers on Monday, Lesley Lamb, Hood River Vacation Rentals co-owner, hands out copies of Planning Commission packets to fellow audience members.
Sewer access questions remain
Hood River County Planning Commission on Wednesday conditionally approved a proposed 20-lot housing subdivision on Belmont, but utility challenges await.
Meanwhile, builder sounds an alarm on pending ‘crisis’
The city’s pointed initiative on short term rentals (STRs) starts the formal adoption process next week.
Oregon lawmakers have approved landmark legislation that propels the state’s minimum wage for all workers to the highest rank in the U.S., and does so through an unparalleled tiered system based on geography.
Oregon Department of Transportation has joined Port of Hood River’s mission to make the Hood River Bridge part of the National Highway System (NHS).
An informational meeting on short term rentals (STRs) and proposed changes to ordinances governing the units is planned for Feb. 25 from 5-6 p.m.
SB 1532 clears Senate, onto House
A bill to boost the state’s minimum wage in three regional tiers has made quick and sweeping strides in the Oregon Legislature.
It has been a hectic month...We traveled to Salem on Feb. 1 to help celebrate Minoru Yasui Day at the opening session of the Oregon State Legislature.
UPDATED: There's still time to register to vote. April 26 will be the last day to register to vote for the May 17, 2016 Primary Election.
City Council Monday heard from local and state agency representatives on alcohol concerns and took a “symbolic” statement on gun control.
Hood River City and County have penned support for an inclusionary zoning Senate bill, which targets affordable housing development.
Board meets tonight to decide on 20-year, $57 million proposal
School improvements take center stage in tonight’s Hood River County School District Board of Directors meeting.
The Barrel Springs subdivision issue caught the attention of City Council Monday, along with alcohol concerns and a “symbolic” statement on gun control.
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