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The City of Coos Bay awarded a construction contract to Knife River for its Safe Routes to Schools project, funded through a $2 million grant from the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Unofficial results show Powers Mayor Robert Kohn and Councilor Jim Clauson Jr. so far surviving attempts to be recalled and removed from office.
Volunteers with the Coos County Search and Rescue Team will soon have new, updated rescue equipment and safety gear thanks to a pair of grants from the Three Rivers Foundation and the Coquille Tribal Community Fund.
The Coos Bay Urban Renewal Agency approved a façade grant of $50,000 help finance the renovation of the Old City Hall building.
The International Port of Coos Bay held a meeting at the Charleston Marina to discuss construction plans for a new ice plant.
During its second February meeting, the North Bend City Council approved participation in the update of the Coos County Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan, as well as vacating part of an alley for an area to be developed.
Senate Bill 770 was signed into law last year. It establishes a 20-member task force to recommend the design of the Health Care for All Oregon Plan that will be patient-centered, patient-empowered, high quality, comprehensive, publicly funded and available to every individual residing in Oregon.