This is the case of a deadline past and gone. The northern 2,100 feet of Crocker Lane was supposed to be turned into a fully developed city street with a new water line underground by Nov. 3. Looks like finishing the job will take a… Continue reading
The Albany City Council has yet to decide what if anything to do with a block of vacant land it caused the BNSF railroad to hand over in 2013. But for now a previous benefit of the parcel — overflow parking at the popular Calapooia… Continue reading
Albany officials think there’s a way to keep operating the city’s electric generator while cutting back on regulatory expenses. Let’s hope they are right and Albany’s historic role in hydropower production can be continued and preserved.
If the state transportation department approves the application for a grant, something will finally be done about the Waverly Drive bridge across Cox Creek.
After a few days away in Southern Oregon, I went downtown Monday and found newly planted trees and street lights that hadn’t been there before.