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|Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:||0|
|Motor Vehicle Theft:||52|
|Information About People and Demographics|
|Total population of residents||31,859|
|White resident population recorded||29,033|
|Black or African American resident population recorded||191|
|American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded||271|
|Asian resident population recorded||548|
|Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded||71|
|Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded||2,339|
|Resident population of some other race recorded||747|
|Resident population of two or more races recorded||998|
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| Canby police find drug paraphernalia during home search of Ward Weaver's ex-wife, son|
Francis Weaver was arrested in February in the shooting death of a Grants Pass man, making him the third generation in the family to be accused of murder.
Canby police searched the home of Maria Shaw on Wednesday on suspicion that she and her son, Francis Weaver, were selling methamphetamine from the home.Shaw, also known as Maria Weaver and Maria Stout, is the former wife of child-killer Ward Weaver, and Francis Weaver is Ward Weaver's son.She was was not home at the time of the search. Francis Weaver was arrested and charged with murder on Feb. 18. He is still in jail, awaiting trial.Police started the investigation after multiple tips that Shaw and Weaver were selling illegal drugs from Forest Manor Apartments, 292 S. Locust St. in Canby.Officers found drug paraphernalia and records at the home when they searched it around 6 a.m., according to Canby Police.Francis Weaver was arrested in February in the shooting death of a Grants Pass man, making him the third generation in the family to be accused of murder.Police are accusing Weaver of killing Edward Kelly Spangler during a drug-related robbery at the same apartment complex where he lived. Ward Weaver's father, clubbed a stranded motorist to death in California in 1981, then raped the man's fiancee before dumping her body in a backyard grave.Ward Weaver raped and killed two Oregon City girls, Ashley Pond and Miranda Gaddis, in 2002.
Happening April 16 2014
- Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-city/index.ssf/2014/04/canby_police_find_drug_paraphe.html
| Oregon City Commission to approve land-use plan that rezones 478 acres in South End area|
City commissioners support the plan, which allows higher density development.
The South End Concept Plan
returns for its final hearing before the Oregon City Commission on Wednesday night (April 16). The South End plan covers 478
acres, some of it outside city limits. The new zoning allows for higher
density development and sets zoning for land that may be annexed into
the city. Concept plans guide future development
within urban growth boundaries and are required by law. Oregon City
completed two concept plans -- Park Place and Beavercreek. South End
will be the third and final one. There has been no surge of development in either area in large part because Oregon City voters have opposed annexations that would have added large parcels of vacant land to the city.Land outside the city would have to be annexed before it could be developed to urban standards.Opponents of the plan say higher density will
overload roads and could allow construction on unstable slopes. City
officials said there are ways to accommodate increased traffic and
existing rules prohibit construction within 200 feet of landslide prone
area and limit what may be built on slopes.City commissioners support the plan.The meeting is at ity Hall, 625 Center St., and starts at 7 p.m.
-- Steve Mayes
Happening April 16 2014
- Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-city/index.ssf/2014/04/oregon_city_commissioners_to_a.html
| Damascus election fight; Lake Oswego fire; West Linn marijuana: Clackamas County roundup|
Damascus officials say state law requires disincorporation to be approved by a majority of all eligible voters, not just of those who cast ballots
When Damascus residents voted in November on whether to dissolve their struggling city, about two-thirds said yes, go right ahead. But city officials said state law requires disincorporation to be approved by a majority of all eligible voters, not just of those who cast ballots. A group of Damascus residents is challenging that interpretation in Clackamas County Circuit Court. Reporter Molly Harbarger sorts out the legal arguments.TODAY'S HEADLINESLake Oswego School District settles with sex-abuse victims Lakeside fire destroys kayaks, paddleboards in Lake OswegoWest Linn City Council enacts medical marijuana moratoriumWilliam Frank Bitar and Associates purchase Lake Oswego retail building for $1.9 millionWest Linn opens vacant storefront to gather input on Bolton-area redevelopmentLynn Benton, former cop accused of killing wife, asks court to impose deadlines on prosecutorsOregon City Antique Fair, 6 other groups, awarded tourism grants
Happening April 16 2014
- Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/clackamascounty/index.ssf/2014/04/damascus_election_fight_lake_o.html
| Clackamas County Easter egg hunts, activities, a parade and teen flashlight hunt|
Check out my list of free Easter egg hunts and other activities for children.
View full sizeThe Oregonian/2004 The pitter-patter of little feet will echo April 19-20 as thousands of
children scramble to find Easter eggs hidden across Clackamas County.
Churches, service clubs, city park departments, businesses and other
organizations have donated plastic and boiled eggs, candy, toys, coupons, money,
space and time to bring smiles to children's faces.
Most of the
events are free, geared for ages 1 through elementary-school-aged
youngsters, and require that you BYOB (Bring Your Own Basket). View full sizeThe Oregonian Some events offer activities designed for the whole family. Here’s my list so far. (Hosting an Easter event that you don't see here? Submit your information to me at firstname.lastname@example.org)Beavercreek: Beavercreek United Church of Christ, 23345 S. Beavercreek Road, is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt for grade-school kids at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, April 20.View full size Canby: The Clackamas County Event Center will host an Easter Egg Hunt for ages 11 and younger at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19. Meet in the yellow parking lot at 694 N.E. Fourth Ave.Cutsforth's Thriftway, 225 N.E. Second Ave., offers free photos with
the Easter Bunny and treat bags for kids from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday,
April 19.Estacada: The Estacada Fire Department and Estacada Chamber of Commerce
will host their annual Easter Parade and Egg Hunt on Saturday, April
19. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. at Estacada High School. The free
egg hunt for kids starts at noon at the Estacada Junior High School
stadium, 500 N.W. Main St. The event also features a bounce house, a
barbecue, a chance to have your picture taken in a fire truck, baseball
warm-up activities, and the kick-off for the Estacada Youth Baseball and
Softball League game.View full size Gladstone: The Gladstone-Oak
Grove Rotary Club is hosting the 24th annual Max Patterson Memorial
Breakfast for families from 8 to 11 a.m. and the free Easter Egg Hunt
for kids at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19, at Gladstone High School, 18800
Portland Ave. Cost for breakfast is $5 ages 18 and older, $4 ages 17 and
younger and senior citizens, and $15 for a family of four.Happy Valley: The Eagle Landing Golf Course, 10220 S.E. Causey Ave., is hosting its annual Eggstravaganza
from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 19. Highlights include an Easter Egg
Hunt, mini golf, Radio Disney Portland, face painting, balloon artist,
and craft corner. Half of $5 admission benefits North Clackamas School
District Backpack Buddies program.The Clackamas Town Center,
12000 S.E. 82nd Ave., is hosting a photo opp with the Easter Bunny.
Children can visit the floppy-eared, costumed character for hugs and
pictures on the lower level of Macy's Home Court. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8
p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through April
19. The center is closed on Easter, April 20. The Easter Bunny also
will be available for photos with cats and dogs -- and their families --
from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, April 14. View full size Lake Oswego: Lake Oswego Hunt, 2725 S.W. Iron Mountain Blvd., hosts Hop at the Hunt from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 19. Milwaukie: Faith on Hill Church, 3615 S.E. Hill Road, is hosting its annual Easter Egg Hunt for all ages at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19.Milwaukie
Covenant Church, 12201 S.E. Linwood Ave., is hosting its annual Easter
Fun Day at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19. The event begins with a 10-minute
message and skit, followed by a hunt for 25,000 eggs for ages 1 through
grade five.Mount Hood: Timberline Lodge
is hosting Easter activities for children from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 20, including egg hunts at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., a
screening of the movie “Hop”; cookie decorating and more. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The lodge
also has a four-course brunch menu on Easter Sunday as well as an Easter
lodging package. View full size Oregon City: The Oregon City Police Department hosts an Easter Egg Hunt at Rivercrest Park, 131 Park Drive, at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19. Sandy:
Sandy Recreation Department hosts its annual Teen Flashlight Hunt on
Friday, April 18, at Meinig Memorial Park, 17998 Meinig Ave. Youth, grades 6-12, can hunt for cool prizes in the dark of the park from 8:30 to 9 p.m. Bring a flashlight.Sandy Kiwanis hosts its annual Easter Egg Hunt
at Meinig Memorial Park, 17998 Meinig Ave., starting at 10 a.m.
Saturday, April 19, for infants through age 10. The Easter Bunny will
attend.Welches: The Resort at the Mountain,
68010 E. Fairway Ave., will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt at noon
Saturday, April 19. Kids, ages 10 and younger, can hunt for 2,000 eggs
and prizes, visit with the Easter Bunny, have their faces painted, and
enjoy refreshments.View full size West Linn: West Linn Community Preschool will hold its 38th annual Peter Rabbit Breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 12, at West Linn High School, 5464 W. A St.
A pancake and sausage breakfast will run from 8 a.m. to 11 and a
carnival will run from 8:30 to noon. Advance tickets are $5 for ages 13
and up, $3 for ages 3-12; tickets at the door are $6 for ages 13 and up,
$4 for ages 3-12. Children 2 and younger are admitted free. View full size Wilsonville: Memorial Park, 8100 S.W. Wilsonville Road,hosts an Easter Egg Hunt starting at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 19, for ages 1 to 11. Wilsonville
Parks and Recreation hosts a “Bunny Goodies” cooking class and
storytime from 4:14 to 5:45 p.m. Thursday, April 17, for ages 4 to 8.
Cost is $9, which includes all supplies for Bunny Cookies and Chicklet
Cakes. Contact Wilsonville Parks and Recreation at 503-682-1011 and register for course no. 5631. -- Vickie Kavanagh
Happening April 16 2014
- Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/clackamascounty/index.ssf/2014/04/clackamas_county_easter_egg_hu_1.html
| West Linn City Council enacts medical marijuana moratorium|
The moratorium ordinance was passed with an emergency clause and will go into effect immediately.
The West Linn City Council on Monday night adopted a one-year moratorium on the operation of medical marijuana dispensaries in the city.The moratorium will allow city leaders to craft regulations for the dispensaries, which in March were allowed to register with the state for the first time.The moratorium ordinance passed unanimously and will go into effect immediately. The ordinance is set to expire on May 1 2015. Council President Jody Carson said she hoped city staff will work to develop several options for how to regulate dispensaries that wish to open in the city.Assistant City Attorney Megan Thornton said she'll watch how other governments regulate the dispensaries and report back to the council in January 2015.'This won't be the end of medical marijuana in the city,' Thornton said.Gov. John Kitzhaber recently signed into law a bill giving local governments the authority to enact temporary bans on dispensaries. West Linn must notify the Oregon Health Authority of its moratorium before May 1 for it to be considered valid. Many nearby cities, including Wilsonville and Oregon City, have already enacted moratoriums -- sometimes on top of existing bans. With the restrictions outlined in state law, there already only about nine places in the city where a medical marijuana dispensary could be located, according to West Linn officials. Councilor Mike Jones thanked Carson for explaining that the council is not taking a stand one way or the other on medical marijuana, but trying to alleviate the cost and trouble that would go with the city being a 'groundbreaker' in its regulations.View the language of the ordinance here. -- Michael Bamesberger
Happening April 15 2014
- Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/west-linn/index.ssf/2014/04/west_linn_city_council_enacts.html
| Oregon City Antique Fair, 6 other groups, awarded tourism grants|
The Oregon City Civic Improvement Trust handed out more than $63,000 to projects that attract tourists to town.
Oregon City Civic Improvement Trust recently handed out more than $63,000 to projects that attract large numbers of tourists to town.
The city-affiliated trust awards grants to community groups to involved in tourism-related activities.
The money comes
from the city's 4-percent transient room tax.
Here are this year's applicants, their projects and the amount they received:
-- Main Street
Oregon City, $14,499, for their First City Celebration held in July 26.
City Chamber of Commerce, $5,000, to support the annual Antique Fair
held Aug. 24.
-- Oregon City High School Band and Flag Team, $1,499, for
'Pete's Cruise In' to be held August 30th at Clackamette Park.
-- Oregon City Heritage Coordinating Committee, $9,000, to
act as ambassadors of our First City at local and state tourism events.
-- McLoughlin Memorial Association, $1,389, to support two
part-time docents for summer operations at the William L. Holmes House.
-- Trick 'n Racy Car Club, $4,000, for a car show
to be held Sept. 13.-- Rivers of Life Center, $28,000, for
historic Willamette River/Oregon City tours this summer. The tours are done in
partnership with the Portland Spirit and Portland Trolley.Mayor Doug Neeley is chairman
of the trust board, which includes the four city commissioners and four appointees.
-- Steve Mayes
Happening April 15 2014
- Source: http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-city/index.ssf/2014/04/oregon_city_antique_fair_6_oth.html
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