A perspective from Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley

How does this help with the ‘climate’?

Written November 18th, 2022 by Hasso Hering

Oregon’s state land-use regulators are telling Albany, Corvallis and other cities above 50,000 population to designate “climate friendly” parts of town where people can live so they don’t need to drive to meet day-to-day needs.

HH Today: A perspective from Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley
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