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BANDON

MONDAY

City Council - 6:40 p.m. work session to interview planning commission candidates, 7 p.m. business meeting, Council Chamber, City Hall, 555 Highway 101. Public hearing on state Land Use Board of Appeals remand for Michael Johnson, 1400 Beach Loop Drive; proposal to create taxing district to support South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team; change in boundary of Coquille Valley Enterprise Zone; jetty sewer district expansion; speed bumps. 347-2437.

COOS BAY

MONDAY

Parks Commission - 5 p.m., City Manager's Conference Room, City Hall, 500 Central Ave. Ballfield lights; trail sign update; city dock upgrade. 269-8912.

School Board - 6 p.m. executive (nonpublic) session on labor negotiations, litigation, employee evaluation, 7 p.m. business meeting, Council Chamber, City Hall, 500 Central Ave. Electronic communications policy; capital projects; 2002-03 staffing, transition timeline; rezoning for 2002-03; summer school; update on PERS bond issue. 267-3104.

Southwestern Oregon Community College Budget Committee - 7 p.m., Empire Hall, Lakeview E. Budget meeting. 888-7400.

COTTAGE GROVE

MONDAY

South Lane School Board - 6:30 p.m., District Service Center, 455 Adams Ave. Vacant board position; PERS bond cancellation; board policy on student conduct on school buses, disciplinary procedures for district-approved student transportation; executive (nonpublic) session to discuss labor negotiations. 942-3381.

CRESWELL

MONDAY

Creslane Site Council - 3:45 p.m., School Library, 996 W. A Ave. 895-6140.

ELMIRA

MONDAY

Fern Ridge School Board - 5 p.m. work session, 7 p.m. regular meeting, Fern Ridge Middle School, 88831 Territorial Road. Reorganization of school district. 935-2253.

EUGENE

Bowl-A-Thon benefit set: The Eugene YMCA Big Brothers Big Sisters program will hold a Bowl For Kids Sake Bowl-A-Thon on May 11 at Strike City, 1170 Highway 99N.

Bowl times will be noon, 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Shoes, lanes, soda and prizes will be provided for bowlers. Bowlers need to complete a pledge sheet; Big Brothers Big Sisters will collect the pledges.

Bowlers interested in participating can call Shannon at 686-9622 for more information.

MONDAY

Budget Committee - 5:30 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 777 Pearl St. Preliminary action on motions to amend city manager's proposed budget for next year. 682-5021.

Housing Policy Board - noon, McNutt Room, City Hall, 777 Pearl St. Visibility in assisted housing units and reports on land banking, request for proposal process, Homeless Prevention Task Force, Regional Housing Center. 682-5533.

Weed and Seed Steering Committee - 6 p.m., Petersen Barn Community Center, 870 Berntzen Road. Grant submission; member recruitment; community celebration; ParkWatch; Oregon Public Safety Conference. 682-5293.

FLORENCE

MONDAY

City Council - 7 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 250 Highway 101. Extension of workers' compensation benefits to city volunteers; amendment to state law regarding systems development charges; Qwest settlement; work session on proposed vertical housing development zone and possible zoning code amendment to allow temporary occupancy of recreational vehicles in residential zones. 997-3437.

LANE COUNTY

MONDAY

Housing Policy Board - noon, McNutt Room, City Hall, 777 Pearl St., Eugene. Federal Housing Trust Fund; homeless prevention; visits to assisted housing units; regional housing. 682-5533.

Senate Bill 1010 Local Advisory Committee - 7 p.m., Thurston Grange, 6569 Thurston Road, Springfield. Summarized public hearings testimony, state Department of Agriculture recommendations for final draft of water quality plan, regulatory rules for agricultural landowners in southern Willamette Basin. 465-6443, ext. 3.

LOWELL

MONDAY

School District Budget Committee - 7 p.m., Room 11, High School, 65 S. Pioneer St. 937-8405.

NORTH BEND

MONDAY

City Council - 4 p.m., Council Chamber, City Hall, 835 California Ave. Review departmental annual reports. 756-8500.

REEDSPORT

MONDAY

City Council - 6 p.m. work session, Conference Room, 7 p.m. business meeting, Council Chamber, City Hall, 451 Winchester Ave. Work session: review draft stormwater facilities plan. Business meeting: proposed telecommunications franchise; demolition of Scout Hall at Lions Park; name change for Hahn Park; Rainbow Plaza lease with Umpqua Building Supply; Transportation Safety Advisory Committee recommendations; city manager employment agreement; executive (nonpublic) session on exempt public records, consultation with legal counsel, employee performance evaluation. 271-3603.

SPRINGFIELD

Healthy skin seminar set: PeaceHealth's Women Information Network presents the latest in a series of free seminars, "Healthy Skin at Any Age," at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the DoubleTree Hotel, 3280 Gateway Road.

Dr. Bruce Russell, a dermatologist, is the featured speaker. For more information, call 686-7272.

MONDAY

City Council - 6 p.m., Emerald Art Center, 500 Main St.; 6:25 p.m., Jesse Maine Room; 7 p.m., Council Meeting Room; City Hall, 225 Fifth St. Fire district; PeaceHealth annexation; Eagles Flight annexation. 726-3700.

FUND-RAISERS

March of Dimes: Nearly 800 Lane County area walkers raised more than $60,000 for the March of Dimes during the 32nd WalkAmerica. The Greater Oregon Chapter expects to raise $900,000 in 17 WalkAmerica sites throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. This money will fund lifesaving research and innovative programs to save local babies from death or disability.

OFFICER INSTALLATION

Marsha Johnson has been installed as president of the 2002-03 Eugene Area Intercity Council of Beta Sigma Phi. Other officers installed include Frances Kucera, first vice president, Lois Singer, second vice president, Ava Wilhelm, recording secretary, Vera Lofton, corresponding secretary and Pauline Parks, treasurer.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Judy Harold, youth services manager at the Springfield Public Library, has received the 2002 Evelyn Sibley Lampman Award. Presented by the Children's Services Division of the Oregon Library Association, the award recognizes a person who has made significant contributions in the areas of literature and/or library service to Oregon children.

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