A perspective from Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley
In case you’ve not been keeping track, the sale of Albany’s Hazelwood Park to neighboring property owners has now been completed.
Hazelwood Park will be sold to three families living next door for $120,000, the Albany City Council decided on Wednesday.
The group planning to build a village of tiny houses for the homeless has withdrawn its offer to buy Albany’s Hazelwood Park for its project even though the offer is still listed on the city council’s agenda for Wednesday night.
Odd little things I see from the bike strike me as noteworthy sometimes. One of them is the fence around the construction site of the Hazelwood electric substation in southwest Albany.