Roseburg’s been growing slow and steady since 2010, slower than most Oregon cities, but faster than most other cities within Douglas County.
At a brief ceremony in front of the Roseburg Public Library Thursday morning, Oregon Community Foundation officials presented a $100,500 grant award to Roseburg City Manager Lance Colley.
Douglas County Public Works wants to know if there’s a private company that could take over operations at some or all of the county’s transfer stations.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioenrs seeks applicants for one position on the Douglas County Industrial Development Board.
The Roseburg Public Library has received a $100,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation, which will help pay for creation of a state-of-the-art children’s library and a library for teens and pre-teens.
Newly hired Roseburg Library Director Kris Wiley has a unique challenge ahead of her. She’s about to take on a library that was shut down by the county a year ago, then taken over by the city. It’s set to reopen in October with a skeleton crew and help from the Douglas Education Service District.
Candidates for Reedsport city councilor or mayor must wait until June 18 to pick up information packets and filing forms from the Reedsport city recorder.
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners is taking applications now from people interested in the job of interim commissioner. The seat was recently vacated by Gary Leif, who is now a representative for state House District 2.
A proposed Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance was popular with citizens at a public hearing Wednesday before the Douglas County Board of Commissioners at the Douglas County Courthouse in Roseburg.
The Roseburg City Council Monday accepted an offer from Douglas Education Service District to lease a portion of the Roseburg Library building.
The old Lookingglass landfill property that the county had formerly proposed be converted to an off-highway vehicle recreation area is now being leased to an organization that plans to allow Douglas County Search and Rescue groups to train there.