Multiple PERS bills introduced, but no consensus

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Monday, March 18, 2013

Forty bills have been introduced this year to control PERS costs, but none have had a hearing.

 

Bill would expand definition of drunk driving

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Monday, March 18, 2013

House Bill 2115 would broaden legal definition of "intoxicant" to other drugs.

 

Bike trailer company on the rebound

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A new facility in West Eugene, along with broader distribution and fresh executive team, are boosting the fortunes of Burley Design.

 

Hillsboro development encroaches on historic home

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The city's plan to develop 330 acres of land for industrial use will bring roads, traffic to historic property in Hillsboro.

 

I-205 crash snarls Clark County commute

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A wrong-way driver crashed early Monday in the southbound lanes of Interstate-205 on the Glenn Jackson Bridge, creating a nightmare commute for Clark County drivers.

 

Council to consider Mt. Ashland expansion plan

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The Mt. Ashland Association will report on plans to expand the Mt. Ashland Ski Area this spring and summer.

 

Homebuilder confidence declines nationwide

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U.S. builders are concerned that limited land, building materials and labor will slow sales in the coming months.

 
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