The Astoria Police Department with the support of the Astoria Public Works Department will be presenting a Safety City event for the kindergarteners at John Jacob Astor Elementary School on June 4 and 5.
The proposal stems from a board work session discussion in April on funding options for infrastructure repairs and improvements in the Arch Cape community. Thirty percent of the additional revenue generated by the tax increase would be earmarked for road and other infrastructure work primarily in Arch Cape. The other 70 percent of revenue would be dedicated to tourism promotion or tourist-related facilities, as state law requires for new room taxes.
The state Construction Contractors Board is investigating 30 potential violations of law after investigators last week showed up at more than 200 coastal job sites looking for unlicensed contractors.
With the goal of providing more responsive local service, Clatsop County is taking over the onsite septic system inspection program from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality in June.
Free Fishing Weekend in Oregon is June 7-8, and for those two days you won't need a fishing license to fish, crab or clam anywhere in the state. "We want to make it easy for anglers to take a friend or family member out fishing for a day," said Rick Hargrave, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife deputy administrator for information/education.
Author and poet Maya Angelou, who rose from poverty, segregation and violence to become a force on stage, screen and the printed page, has died. She was 86.
Learn more about efforts to improve the local transportation system and offer your own input at a series of upcoming community meetings. The Transportation System Plan provides a long-term guide to Clatsop County transportation investments by evaluating the current system and determining what improvements would improve travel.
Friday Seaside Police Department partnered with other Clatsop County Law Enforcement Agencies to conduct a saturated traffic safety enforcement blitz in Seaside. Officers were focused on seat belt violations, cell phone use, excessive speed and other driver safety issues. Police were incredibly busy dealing with the influx of tourists throuhout the weekend, throughout the county.
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