Bite of Bend Schedule and Guide

Bite of Bend Schedule and Guide

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Bulking up the Ballot Box

A new rule is aimed at further maximizing voter access in Oregon
Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson has set in motion yet another effort to "maximize" voter access in a state that already excels in expanding and ensuring voter access for residents.

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Update: Cultus Lake Campground Closure

Public pressure forces Deschutes National Forest to speed up re-opening timeline
Leaders from the Deschutes National Forest have reversed their initial decision to close the campground at Cultus Lake for the summer.

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Hikes in System Development Charges

BPRD raises rates two-fold compared to City of Bend increases
System Development Charges collected from new development projects to build new streets, sewers, parks and water utilities will soon increase, effectively making housing projects more expensive even amid an affordable housing crunch. Bend Parks and Recreation District voted unanimously on June 6 for the sharpest increase, effective July 1, at a rate of 6.8 percent.

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Summer Events Guide 2017

Pace Yourself! This Guide is Jam Packed!
We gave you the complete summer music guide now it’s time for Central Oregon's best summertime events.

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Side Notes: Local News Roundup

Free shuttle launches in Bend, Bikeshare expands, public info on canals and more
Shuttle Launching in Bend; Bikeshare Program Expands

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Tobacco 21 Hits a Snag

During the current state legislative session, Oregon was on track to become the third state to raise the legal age for smoking and buying cigarettes from 18 to 21, following California and Hawaii.

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New Strategy Will Mean Paying To Park In Downtown Bend

Soon, drivers will have to kiss the days of free parking in downtown Bend goodbye.

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ApocEclipse BEND

Bend Residents will have all the headaches of the Great American Eclipse but without benefit of actually seeing it
On Aug. 21, Bend residents will have all of the headaches associated with the Great American Eclipse—without the benefit of being able to sit in the front yard and enjoy totality.

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ApocEclipse Prep

Everything you need to get started
How to prepare for the ApocEclipse:

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Van Lifers

It's all in the freedom: freedom to roam, freedom from high rents
Some see it as the ticket to freedom—whether that be freedom from high rents, freedom to roam, or otherwise.

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  • Crooked River Roundup

    Crooked River Roundup

    Sat., June 24, 7 p.m. and Sun., June 25, 2 p.m.
    @ Crook County Fairgrounds – We’ve got a winning team and we’re excited to ‘western...

  • Bend Paddleboard Challenge

    Bend Paddleboard Challenge

    Sat., June 24, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
    @ Riverbend Park – Hailed regionally as one of Oregon’s best annual standup paddleboard...

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Recent Comments

  • Re: Hikes in System Development Charges

    • It's time to bring Parks and Rec back under city management and for Horton to…

    • on June 22, 2017
  • Re: Women Activists of C.O

    • Trees at my apapartment complex being cut down . Birds n nest all around. Help…

    • on June 20, 2017
  • Re: Van Lifers

    • hmmm...not a single quote from law enforcement or residents who don't appreciate transients taking up…

    • on June 18, 2017
  • Re: New Strategy Will Mean Paying To Park In Downtown Bend

    • A new parking strategy should include the development of EV spots.

    • on June 16, 2017
  • Re: ApocEclipse Prep

    • "Telecommute on Eclipse Day or ride your bike to work. but you said " the…

    • on June 15, 2017
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