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WTF? Novelty Stickers Stir Debate in Colorado Town – Apparently some residents of Fruita, Colo. don’t want their marketing campaigns with an expletive on the side.
This winter has seen U.S. cities shelling out big bucks to house homeless families in motels – As a result, over 200 D.C. families are currently being housed in hotels instead of shelters. That’s at least a 185 percent increase from a similar report last March.
Five Things You Should Know About Your Latest Class of Employees – With New Group of ‘Recession Babies,’ We’re Seeing a Progression in the Quality of Young Professionals
In Tel Aviv, a Heated Debate Over Transit on the Sabbath – Stop us if this one sounds familiar: there’s a new mandate in the works that’s pitting secular practice against the religious establishment. This one’s got nothing to do with contraception, but it’s rousing public passions nonetheless.
Inside the UGB
- Multnomah Co. libraries to close on Mondays, cut staff
- Zone L for 2012 Timbers season met with little opposition from Northwest Portland neighbors
- TriMet boosts LIFT fares; increase to be phased in
- What does Eileen Brady mean when she talks about ‘job-delaying’ permitting? Portland City Hall roundup
- Lake Oswego City Council advocates ‘maintaining status quo’ regarding private lake access
- Biking the path to urban health
- Metro: Tualatin River Water Trail light watercraft access study
Outside the UGB
- New Affordable Housing Project Begins
- Legislature pushes toward adjournment
- Apple confirms purchase of land in central Oregon
- 360 Social: The week that was on Columbian.com
- Democrats’ budget proposal would shift costs to cities, counties
- Employers could not discriminate against the unemployed under bill: 2012 Oregon Legislature
- Oregon’s Transportation Department is losing control of rest areas
- In 4-0 vote, county council urges Aaron Reardon to go on leave
- County administrator’s salary may top $200,000
- Transportation plans include more CRC cash
- Astoria considers turning off streetlights