Archive | March, 2017

Salem CityWatch weighs in on Salem Police Facility Bond Measure set for May!

At Salem CityWatch’s latest meeting on March 11th, it was voted unanimously to support the May bond measure for a new police facility in Salem, Oregon. Our President, Kasia Quillinan, wrote the following letter in support: In Our Opinion (Salem CityWatch) When Salem’s Police Department moved into the first floor of the then new City […]

2 Willamette U. Lectures with Dr. Martin Hart-Landsberg – April 6th

The Departments of History, Politics and Economics are pleased to present Professor Martin Hart-Landsberg, a leading expert on East Asian economics and globalization, who will speak on two major issues: WHY UNIONS MATTER Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 11:30 AM Willamette U. campus | Eaton Hall 211 (map: C.5/1+) There will make a short presentation followed by a discussion. […]

March 14 2017 Special Election

Marion County Elections – March 14 2017 Special Election City of Salem, Ward 6 – Councilor At the December 5, 2016, City Council meeting, the Salem City Council designated March 14, 2017, as the date for a special election to fill the vacant Ward 6 position. This special election will occur only within Ward 6. […]

For Immediate Release: KMUZ Community Radio announces new show focused on getting citizens informed and involved in their Oregon State Legislature

The KMUZ morning radio news show, Willamette Wake Up, has launched a new segment aimed at informing listeners about the work of their state legislators in the legislative session in Salem. The show, “Legislative Matters, Tune In and Take Part,” kicks off on Monday, March 13 at Willamette Wake Up’s regular time slot of 8-9 […]