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In Mayor Vinis’ State of the City address, she referred to a “cascade of crises” the city faced in 2020. It is a familiar list at all levels of government, but in Eugene’s case, it required continuing to provide essential services while meeting the demands of the pandemic, homelessness, wild fires, racial justice and a recession. It is the job of the city manager both to administer the city under direction from the mayor and the city council and also to bring professional recommendations to them to assist in their decision making, while constantly considering how to become more equitable and resilient.
The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) will guide transportation investments in Eugene, Springfield, and Coburg. It will consider options to help people get where they want to go.
Through this online open house, you can:
Learn about the RTP. Share your thoughts and ideas about transportation needs and funding priorities. Click RTP
Participate now through Sunday, February 28, 2021!
Realiza la encuesta en español aquí: http://bit.ly/lcog-rtp-esp
The financial support for the LWVLC comes primarily from our membership and the community. Just a small percentage of our membership dues stays with our local League and we could not achieve our goals of voter education and engagement without financial contributions over and above our members’ dues. We also rely on multiple projects and efforts year-round to fund our general operations with our annual fruit and nut sale, advertising in our membership directory, and donations from supporters within our community. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and contributions to the LWVLC are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
There is a lot of important things happening in the legislature. Your state league has been extremely busy. Climate change, candidate filing update to laws, education are just a few of the items address in this report.