Sunday, October 2, 2022

Politics

Opportunities on the Coast

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Over the course of four years, I worked with Dr. Bruce Mate at the Marine Mammal Institute to authorize a Coastal Playground gray whale license plate.

City races set for November

All eligible candidates for this year's election have filled out their required forms and gathered needed signatures to appear on the November 2022 ballot for Lincoln City’s upcoming mayoral and city council races.

Mayoral outburst over councilor’s cost questions

At Monday’s Lincoln City City Council meeting, Mayor Susan Wahlke shouted down and cut off Councilor Riley Hoagland as he questioned city staff about spending tax dollars on a proposed project.

Local hoteliers cry foul at city council action

Lincoln City City Council held a “special meeting” early Friday where they voted 4-2 to put increasing Transient Room Tax (TRT) on the November ballot. 

Congressional candidate conducts conversation

Republican Congressional candidate Alek Skarlatos visited Lincoln City Wednesday as part of a motorcycle tour encompassing 1,000 miles of House District 4.

Congressional hopeful Skarlatos to visit

Alek Skarlatos, a Republican candidate for newly drawn House District 4, as part of a tour of Lincoln County, will stop in Lincoln City Wednesday.

Reopen Lincoln County application sent to Governor

Lincoln County Commissioners voted 2-1 Monday to approve submitting an application for Phase One reopening to Gov. Kate Brown and Tuesday it was finalized and sent.

Lincoln County Commissioners to send reopening request after narrow vote

Lincoln County's Board of Commissioners met virtually Monday and voted narrowly to send an application to Governor Kate Brown to "Phase One" reopen Lincoln County with no date set.

Commissioners uncertain when Lincoln County will qualify for an initial reopening

Lincoln County officials say it remains uncertain when Lincoln County will qualify for an initial reopening of businesses under the State of Oregon plan announced Thursday due to questions about regional readiness.

County Clerk: Oregon Primary Election information

Lincoln County Clerk Dana Jenkins is reminding voters to get their Oregon Primary Election  ballots mailed in by May 12 or dropped off at available sites by 8 p.m. May 19.
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