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Clatsop County News News compiled for Clatsop County government and departments for the Month of August 2011 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OPPOSE GILLNET-BAN BALLOT MEASURE The Clatsop County commissioners stated their opposition to a proposed statewide ballot measure that would ban the use of gillnets from Oregon waters. At Wednesday, August 10th, board of commissioners’ meeting members […]

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Notice is hereby given that the Astoria Community Development Department has received the following request(s): 1.     Variance V11-11 by Ronald S Borgardt from the required 20′ front yard setback to construct an 8′ x 18′ deck on the front of an existing single family dwelling with an 8.5′ setback at 1861 8th Street (Map T8N-R9W […]

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Call To Artists For The Sixth Annual International Juried Exhibition

Clatsop Community College announces the 2012 Au Naturel International Juried Exhibition and invites entries. The competition is open to all artists working in any two dimensional drawing, painting, and printmaking media with a focus on the nude human figure as subject matter in any form from representational to abstract, and in which the handmade mark […]

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Motorized Recreational Use Restricted in the Astoria Basin

The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF), in conjunction with several other majority landowners in this area (Lewis and Clark Oregon Timber, LLC., Hampton Tree Farms, Clatsop County and the City of Astoria), is restricting motorized recreational traffic on forest lands within the Astoria Basin  including Pipeline Road, in an effort to mitigate the risk of […]

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Astoria Woman Dies Attempting To Cross Gladstone’s 99E

Jolene Alyce Oxley, age 24, of Astoria, was involved in a fatal pedestrian-motor vehicle accident in Gladstone Friday evening. According to Oregon State Trooper, Kimberly Long, Oxley was with a group of three people attempting to cross Highway 99E about a half mile north of Gladstone between SE Hull Avenue and SE Jennings Avenue. 

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Coast Guard announced Thursday publication in the Federal Register of a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) designed to improve safety on towing vessels. The NPRM provides a layered approach to towing vessel safety that includes the option of an audited safety management system or an annual Coast Guard inspection regime. The […]

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Coast Guard announced Thursday publication in the Federal Register of a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) designed to improve safety on towing vessels. The NPRM provides a layered approach to towing vessel safety that includes the option of an audited safety management system or an annual Coast Guard inspection regime. The […]

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Oregon Youth Authority announces that A licensed psychologist with experience working with youth offenders in the Oregon Youth Authority’s two largest close-custody facilities has been hired as the agency’s behavioral services treatment director.Whitney Vail, Psy.D., will be responsible for directing mental health services for youth including ensuring the agency uses treatment practices most effective in […]

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Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) will be increasing fire safety restrictions in the the Astoria, West Oregon, Forest Grove and Tillamook districts Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) will be increasing fire safety restrictions in the the Astoria, West Oregon, Forest Grove and Tillamook districts beginning Saturday, Aug. 20, due to the current warm, dry, weather […]

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Oregon History Museum exhibit Oregon Rocks Celebrates The Local Music Scene

News from the Oregon Historical Society: For generations, Oregon-and Portland, in particular-has been a hotbed for great music. From the jazz cabarets and supper clubs that lit up North Williams Street in the 1940s, through the teen dances and band battles of the 1960s, to the wild and raggedy North Portland house party scene of […]

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