Category Archives: Committee Meetings

The Appeal of a Land Use Application

The city council meeting this week was record long at 4.25 hours (aka till 11:45 pm). We discussed, at length, a very important land use issue: an application to develop a 1.3 acre parcel to include 4 townhouses and 8 … Continue reading

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City Council Meeting of November 15th

The city council meeting was rather enjoyable last night. -Judge Graf swore in a new police officer, Michael Manns (Molalla HS class of 2012 and UO grad) and Manns’ grandmother pinned on his new badge for him. That was special. … Continue reading

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Canby School Board

I don’t update this blog much anymore because I do my regular posts on my community Facebook page, but I will share one today anyway. I’d like to share some things that I learned at the school board meeting on … Continue reading

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Summary of June 21st City Council Meeting

At our city council meeting last Wednesday we… -Listened to citizen input on the Uber/Lyft (aka Rideshare) topic. We had planned to amend our business license policy to include Rideshare drivers, so several drivers came to share their stories and … Continue reading

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City Council Retreat

At our city council retreat last Saturday morning at city hall, we discussed several topics. It was nice to have a casual work session like that, ask a lot of questions, throw around ideas, and sip coffee for 4 hours. … Continue reading

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City Council Observations this Week

Wednesday’s┬ácity council meeting was unusual because Councilors Greg Parker and Traci Hensley were gone. It really changes the dynamic when one or more people are absent. Other random observations that are unrelated to the night’s policy content: Councilor Tyler Smith … Continue reading

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Council Meeting of January 4th

Highlights from our Wednesday night city council meeting, besides the exciting swearing in of Councilor Spoon, were: -The passage of a new resolution to replace the Transit Advisory Committee’s original resolution outlining its number of meetings per year, etc. -Authorizing … Continue reading

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