What's Next for the City?

Bend city councilors weigh in
This month the people of Bend voted in four City Council races, electing Bruce Abernethy, Justin Livingston, Bill Moseley and Sally Russell to sit on the council for the next four years, alongside Nathan Boddie, Barbara Campbell and Casey Roats. To get a sense of the issues the City Council will tackle in the upcoming session, the Source Weekly reached out to all members of the City council.

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Septic Shock

Whether you're a homebuyer or seller, you should probably know about the 300-foot sewer rule—costing people tens of thousands in SE Bend.
Owning a home typically has its payoffs. Pay the mortgage for 20 or 30 years, take care of the place... and then cash in when it's finally time to sell.

Uber Time?

Not if local cab drivers get their way...
When you want to rent out your house, Airbnb is often the go-to. If you want to rent out your car to give people rides, options include Uber and Lyft—that is, unless you're in Central Oregon.

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Agreement Reached in Spotted Frog Lawsuit The parties involved in a lawsuit intended to protect the Oregon spotted frog have come to a settlement agreement, which now awaits approval by a U.S. District Court judge.

Designing a Better Solution

Creators of The Housing Game offer a serious look at the hurdles to affordable housing
Taking place Oct. 20 and 21, the Bend Design Conference touts itself as a "celebration of design culture in the modern world." This year, that celebration includes an effort to understand—and fix—the affordable and workforce housing shortage that exists in Central Oregon.

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