Saturday May 15, 2021
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The hits just keep on coming

One thing for sure, it is not boring in Salem. There has been so much going on with bills, ARPA funds, county funds, city funds, budgets from every Oregon state department and group.

Mother’s Day, helping kids & funding local projects

Getting our kids safely back to school and our families back to work is critical to making sure our "new normal" is a better normal.

Gomberg votes no on off-target gun bill

SALEM — A new law that could have costly impacts for law-abiding gun owners is headed back to the state senate after passing 34-24 in the Oregon House of Representatives Thursday, May 29.

Restaurant Revitalization Fund

We are dedicating this newsletter to the restaurant revitalization fund details for all the bars, restaurants, bakeries, brewpubs, and food trucks up and down the coast.

Candidate Forse withdraws: ‘Vote for Don Williams’

Candidate John Forse is withdrawing from Lincoln City's mayoral race and wants voters to give former mayor Don Williams the job.

Oregon House passes natural disaster legislation

Salem -- Oregon House Democrats David Gomberg and Pam Marsh, who saw first-hand the impact wildfires had last year, have introduced legislation to help victims rebuild and address future tax implications.

The good, the bad and the uncertain

Slowly but surely is the message from Salem. This week I'm detailing the good, the bad and the uncertain.

Spring break comes to the coast

It has been over a year since we started down this COVID world. It amazes me how long this year feels and how fast it has gone by - at the same time.

Five mayoral hopefuls campaign for fill-in job

Five residents will be on the ballot for Lincoln City Mayor, including a former mayor, current and former city councilors, a fiscal administrator and a surfer.

Women in history, kids in school and Gomberg on TV

At the edge of the ceiling in the House chamber, names are painted of people consequential to Oregon history. I suppose they were listed there to inspire us below. But sadly, of the hundred or so names, only three are women.

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