Category: News

Albany to quit licensing cabs

Unless council members change their mind, Albany is going to drop its already minimal regulation of taxi cabs. And as for ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft,  the council showed no enthusiasm for trying to hamper them with local rules.




As demand for power grows…

Somebody asked me the other day what the activity at the Vine Street substation of Pacific Power was all about. The short answer is “construction.” The actual answer has to do with growth, and I got it from Pacific’s public affairs section in Portland.




Thinking of carousel parking ideas

At City Hall they’ve been thinking about what to do if an acute parking shortage hits downtown once the Albany Carousel opens. And no, the alternatives so far don’t include asking visitors to come by bike, as much sense as that (in theory) would make.




Change coming on grocery front

Change and innovation are about to hit the Albany grocery-buying scene in a couple of different ways: the opening of a huge new supermarket and the start of parking lot service at a long-established one.




Truck stop work: Not yet, but soon

It takes a while to get legions of ODOT officials to sign off on the details of work on the highway system, which explains why nothing has yet happened on construction of a Love’s truck stop in Millersburg. But the wait is due to end… Continue reading




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