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February 2/9 -- Central Linn Lions Club, 6:00 pm, Spirit of the Valley United Methodist Church 2/13 -- Central Linn School Board Meeting, 6:30 pm, Elementary School 2/14 -- City Council Meeting, 7:00 pm, Halsey City Hall 2/17 -- Veterans Memorial Park Meeting, 6:30, Halsey Community Center 2/27 -- Utility Payments due, 5:00 pm REOCCURRING EVENTS Every Wednesday: Coffee & Donuts, 9:00 am, Community Center.  Welcome!
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Veterans Memorial Park Project In partnership with the Brownsville American Legion, Travis Moothart Post 184, the City of Halsey will be revamping the Halsey Veterans Memorial Park.  The project will involve installing a new circular seating area with benches, a new flag pole and lighting, and a new monument in the center of the park.  The goal for the new monument is to honor the service of veterans from the Central Linn Community:  Halsey, Brownsville, and Shedd, and the surrounding rural area.  Currently, we are on track to complete the renovations by July of 2017. We need your help! The City of Halsey will be gathering names and dates of  service for veterans who currently live in the Central Linn Community or who lived here prior to or after their service.  If you or a family member served in the armed forces after WWII, and live or lived in the Halsey, Brownsville, or Shedd, or the surrounding rural community, please contact us.  To submit a name, or if you have questions, please call (541) 369-2522, email hilary@cityofhalsey.com, or stop by Halsey City Hall. The project is supported by grants from the Veterans and War Memorials Grant Program of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department and from the Central Linn Community Foundation.
Paygov.us Service Working 2/17/17 -- We think we have the problems with our Paygov resolved.  The service should be up and working!  Let us know if you experience any difficulties.  Thank you.
Budget Committee Members Needed Want to understand how your taxes are spent?  Want to have a voice in which priorities and projects get funded next year?  This is your chance! The City of Halsey is looking for citizens who are willing to serve on the Budget Committee for building the 2016-17 budget.  The committee generally meets two to three times March through May.  Budget Committee Members need to be valid, registered voters who have resided within the city limits of the City of Halsey for at least one year.  The City Council will need to approve the Budget Committee members.  Applications for the Budget Committee can be picked up at City Hall, or downloaded here.    If you are interested or have any questions about the Budget process, please feel welcome to contact City Hall.
Planning Commissioner Needed Longtime Planning Commission Chairperson Betsy Barley has resigned from the Planning Commission.  The Halsey City Council and staff are grateful for her years of service, the experience and stability she brought to the commission.  Thank you Betsy! There is an opening for a Planning Commissioner.  The Planning Commission meets irregularly and only if they have work to do.  Usually that means 3-4 times per year on a weekday evening.  The Planning Commission makes decisions about land use actions, such as partitions or subdivisions, and also approves or denies Site Design Reviews.  They also have an important role to play in any revision of the Development Code.  There is also an upcoming training available for Planning Commission members, so it is okay if you don’t know everything!  Planning Commissioners need to be valid, registered voters who have resided within the city limits of the City of Halsey for at least one year.  The City Council will need to appoint the Planning Commissioner.  Applications for the Planning Commission can be picked up at City Hall, or downloaded here.    If you are interested or have any questions about the Planning Commission, please contact us.  Thank you!