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THURSDAY’S “CARBON REDUCTION HEARING” PREP MEETING INFO…

Is this Thursday 2/21, 6pm, at the Roxy Ann Grange, 1850 Spring Street in Medford, but the actual entrance is at  Valley View and Spring Street. Turn south onto Springbrook off E. McAndrews, turn east on Spring Street, and the Grange Entrance is the corner of Spring Street and Valley View. Doors open at 5:30p, meeting starts at 6pm.  Map Link HERE:

This Thursday meeting is to get ready for Saturday’s 9a-noon meeting of the “Carbon Reduction Committee” in Medford. We need to formulate testimony, hand out yellow vests to indicate our displeasure of the direction they wish to take our state, our local economy and way of life with a carbon tax scam.

The meeting of the “Joint Committee on Carbon Reduction”, FYI,  happens this Saturday, 9/23, 9-noon,  at Central Medford High School Auditorium, 815 S. Oakdale Ave in Medford.

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Bill’s Guests: Wednesday, February 20, 2019

6:35: Doug Bibby, President & CEO of the National Multifamily Housing Council talks with Bill today.

The Oregon Senate has voted out the first state-wide rent control measure in US history and the measure is now moving to the House, where it’s expected to be acted upon quickly (today).

But will rent control actually help people who rent and vulnerable families struggling with affordable housing? Probably not, if we use history as a guide. There are better solutions to helping people who grapple with affordable housing.

Doug Bibby, president of the National Multifamily Housing Council. Doug has decades of experience in housing and has a tremendous grasp of the issues.

Learn more for youself at: NMHC.org.

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