Three seats on the Springfield School Board are up for election on May 21. All are contested. Laurie Adams and Todd Mann are running for Position 1; Naomi Raven and Jessica Adams are running for Position 4; and Michelle R. Webber and Karen Hunter are running for Position 5. City Club has invited all candidates to come to the May 2 meeting and explain their views and how they will…
The world of recycling seems in chaos. What can and cannot be recycled appears to change frequently, and what can be recycled in Lane County appears to be different from what can be recycled in other places. Staff from the Waste Management Division of the Lane County Public Works Department will attempt to end the confusion at the May 16 program.
The Eugene-Springfield Cities of Kindness Campaign
At the Edge of Climate Tipping Points: The Judicial Role in Climate Recovery
The February 7 program presented a discussion of the Springfield Library and its future.
Main Street is consistently ranked as one of the most unsafe city streets in Oregon based on the severity and frequency of traffic crashes. The City of Springfield and the Oregon Department of Transportation have launched the Main Street Safety Project to address this safety problem to save lives, reduce injuries, and lessen property damage. Community engagement is vital to inform the selection of infrastructure solutions that help to ensure…
The League of Women Voters presented its research on reapportionment and gerrymandering, recommending an independent commission for future reapportionment. http://www.springfieldcityclub.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf posts/12_6-program-1.pdf