The May election passed without voters being asked to form a Douglas County transportation district, but U-Trans officials say they’re interested in putting the issue on the November ballot. The bus service’s former manager, Toby Notenboom, had built momentum for a district, winning endorsements from nine cities for a public vote, before a heart attack forced him to retire in January. The new manager, Cheryl Cheas, took over last month and said she hopes to regain traction and receive support from the three holdouts — Canyonville, Myrtle Creek and Reedsport. U-Trans could draw the district’s boundaries to exclude cities that …
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