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Tuesday, February 8
Progress on Climate Change:
What's up with the
City and State?
Saturdays, January 30 and March 5
2016 Legislative Town Halls
Wednesday, February 17
Conversation with Oregon Author Kristy Athens
Good Food, Bad Food:
Agriculture, Ethics, and Personal Choice
Wednesday, February 3
RALLY IN SALEM
FOR A HEALTHY CLIMATE
AND CLEAN ENERGY JOBS
Monday, February 22
LWV of Oregon DAY AT THE LEGISLATURE
Carpool from Corvallis
Thursday, March 10
Sustainability Fair and Town Hall
Action Alert – Congress Threatens Clean Power Plan
and other federal issues
Missed the Carbon Tax Forum? – View It Here On YouTube
Climate Change – Act Now
Get Information Here
Special Districts and Public Service Delivery: An Analysis of a Corvallis Park and Recreation District by Joseph Grandolfo, an intern in the Oregon State University Policy Analysis Laboratory (OPAL). Mr. Grandolfo a graduate student in Public Policy prepared this report to assist the League of Women Voters of Corvallis with its study of Local Taxing Districts.
Results of a Community Conversation - What Matters About Living in Corvallis?
Read the February Bulletin to learn about the League's Housing Committee's investigation of the affordable and homeless housing situation in Corvallis, and the reorganization of City Council operations.
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