A perspective from Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley
For someone in a wheelchair, trying to cross the railroad track on Water Avenue to reach the Dave Clark Path is an arduous adventure if it’s possible at all.
When I visited the late Steve Druckenmiller’s office in the Linn County Courthouse on Sept. 25, it was Chief Deputy Clerk Marcie Richey who showed me around.
Now and then, an over-height truck hits the cross beams on Albany’s Ellsworth Street Bridge and repairs have to be made. Now ODOT is getting ready to fix this problem by raising the beams.
A plan to have Obie Companies of Eugene consider developing part of the Albany waterfront with mixed-use buildings is moving ahead.
The walls of Steve Duckenmiller’s office in the Linn County Courthouse stir up a lot of memories of many years of local politics and national events as well.
The Albany City Council is getting ready to spend nearly $2.4 million on changes at 10 crossings on the rail line between Water Avenue and the Dave Clark Path, and you may be wondering why.
For more than a decade now, travelers on I-5 have enjoyed the convenience of a large and well kept rest stop at Exit 99 in Canyonville. For that we can thank the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians.