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Budget Committee Members Needed
H Street Crossing Closure
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 2018-2019 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. If you are interested or have any questions about the Budget process, please feel welcome to contact us.
Central Linn Gleaners
Central Linn Gleaners invites members of the community to join us in working to provide food for families in need. If you have some time available to volunteer, you can bring home a substantial amount of both food and firewood through our gleaning organizations. As a member, this can add up to a meaningful and consistent contribution to your family’s budget. Many of our members are elderly and/or disabled, so those that can work are also helping to provide for others. Sometimes, this means that a small group of people are carrying the work load for many. We need volunteers who are willing to help us spread the workload. Please consider joining CLG, as a contribution to your own family table, but also to meet the needs of others. Thank You,Central Linn Gleaners. To join and/or volunteer your time, contact Helen Smith at 541-570-8858.
The H Street railroad crossing will be closed from 7am to 5pm on Tuesday, January 23rd for maintenance
In October Council attended a goal setting worksession. The purpose of this worksession was to identify and priortize goals for Halsey for 2017-2019. Please visit the Mayor’s Cornerpage to view a list of these goals, as well as a welcome to 2018 message from Mayor Cline.
A traveling show of photographic studies of Thompson’s Mills is now on display in the Council Chambers at City Hall and the Library. Head to the Librarypage for details.
Upcoming EventsThursday, Jan. 25th-Utility Payments Due, 5 pm-Town Hall Meeting with Representative Phil Barnhart, Community Center, 6 pmREOCURRING EVENTS:Coffee & DonutsWednesdays at 9am,Community Center. All are Welcome!
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Representative Phil Barnhart will be hosting a Town Hall in the Halsey Community Center on Thursday, January 25th at 6pm. This is your chance to bring your questions and ideas to the table. Representative Barnhart hopes to discuss the upcoming Legislative Session, plans for the future, and any issues of importance to you.