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Correct Answers to Hiland Water’s Letter to Customers

Correct Answers to Hiland Water’s Letter to Customers

Mayor Richardson wrote in detail the chronological events leading up to Hiland Water’s letter to their customers and the City Council directed the letter be placed on our website to give correct answers to any questions. Hiland Water Franchise Fee 2020

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SOUTHERN OREGON WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPANIES NOW ACCEPTING MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES

SOUTHERN OREGON WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPANIES NOW ACCEPTING MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES

https://www.kdrv.com/content/news/Southern-Oregon-waste-management-companies-now-accepting-more-plastic-bottles-569860351.html

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Local Small Business Assistance

From the State offices – ITEM OF POSSIBLE DIRECT INTEREST TO LOCAL COMPANIES Layoff Aversion Funds. There is a very limited amount of money that has been made available through the workforce investment system to make grants to small businesses to avert layoffs. For Rogue Valley businesses, see: http://www.rogueworkforce.org/resources-in-response-to-covid-19/ . The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  SBA disaster assistance (as of March 19, 2020) is now available to businesses in all Oregon & California counties in our region. “Small...

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City Declares State of Emergency

City Declares State of Emergency

The City of Shady Cove joins the list of many Oregon cities that have declared a State of Emergency.  Mayor Lena Richardson signed the declaration on March 19, 2020 as a precautionary measure, pursuant to the adopted Shady Cove Emergency Operations Plan.  It is meant to provide the City with increased flexibility in terms of resources, purchasing, and any emergency response options for COVID-19.  The City has already been hit with employee absences. The declaration is not meant to cause any worry, rather it enables the City and Staff to be in the best position to serve the community where...

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Music in the Park Concert Series 2020!

Music in the Park Concert Series 2020!

Please check back to see updates regarding the Music in the Park Season schedule due to the pandemic.

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Listen to KSHD 94.3

KSHD 94.3 LP FM Could use a little Help from Friends and Neighbors For the past three months we have been struggling with limited power (around 40 Watts) due do a lot of wet and cold weather around Shady Cove this year.  Our primary Transmitter had to be sent off for repairs and our antenna needs new wiring and the cost is making it difficult for the station to remain vital to Shady Cove and the surrounding community that depends on us. We have never done fund drives for a lot of reasons, but lack of local resources in phone...

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Aunt Caroline’s Park creek bank restoration done! Now let it grow!

The work at Aunt Caroline’s Park along the creek began back in August.  We shaped the creek bank according to the design plan from the Rogue River Watershed Council engineer.  Plantings will happen on Friday, October 25 at approximately 10 AM. The School District and a 5th grade class will assist the City and the Watershed Council with the plantings. Please bear with us as we will need sections of the park for construction. Aunt Caroline’s Park Project Summary   Getting ready to plant!  Shrubs will be marked in pink, trees will be blue.  Willows everywhere!  (They love water!)  ...

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Commission Vacancies

The newly founded Emergency Management Commission is seeking to fill another 3 positions.Here is an overview of the Commission. EMERGENCY MGT COMMISSION The Budget Committee is seeking two new members also.  The committee reviews and makes recommendations to the City Council in regard to any changes to the City Budget. Please fill out this form and drop it off at City Hall or email it to DGermain@shadycove.org. Thank you for considering to assist the City in developing its future.   Application for Commission or Committee 10.10.2019

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