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Saturday, March 7

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Second 2015 Legislative Town Hall Meeting


Thursday, March 12, 2015

Sean McGuire

CONNECT!
at the
Sustainability Fair & Town Hall
Register by March 9th

Sean McGuire, Keynote Speaker


Tuesday, March 17

General Meeting: CHILDREN AT RISK
Featuring Dr. Jerri Wolfe, Co-chair,
LBCC Parenting Education and Family Connections
Followed by consensus questions


TAKE ACTION

Monday, March 9

What Matters About Living in Corvallis?
A COMMUNITY CONVERSATION


Thursday, April 2

League Day at the Legislature
Registration Begins March 6th


Missed the Carbon Tax Forum? View It Here On YouTube

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Climate Change Act Now
Get Information Here


ACTION ALERT
Tell FEC What to do about Citizens United

 

 


READ

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.

Read about the Oral History Project and get other League news in the February Newsletter