Time capsule permanent source of history

On Saturday, Feb. 11, at 11 a.m. Eagle Point will note another first. It will be the date to seal and bury the first Time Capsule ever buried in Eagle Point. Time capsules are done as a permanent source of history. Oftentimes they are not opened for 50 or more years. This capsule will be…

Time capsule permanent source of history

On Saturday, Feb. 11, at 11 a.m. Eagle Point will note another first. It will be the date to seal and bury the first Time Capsule ever buried in Eagle Point. Time capsules are done as a permanent source of history. Oftentimes they are not opened for 50 or more years. This capsule will be…

EP Community Assoc.

The next Eagle Point Community Association meeting will be Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Ashpole Center, at city hall. They will be discussing the March Exotic Dessert Auction. Many volunteers are a must to make this a success. The greatest need is for bidder incentives and auction participants. This is always a…

EP Community Assoc.

The next Eagle Point Community Association meeting will be Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Ashpole Center, at city hall. They will be discussing the March Exotic Dessert Auction. Many volunteers are a must to make this a success. The greatest need is for bidder incentives and auction participants. This is always a…

SC water a community event, see charts at city hall

Shady Cove is certainly a tantalizing city! Truly, in just about the most literal sense: Tantalus was a Greek king who was allowed to drink the nectar of the gods. He abused this privilege by stealing the drink and sharing it with his buddies. As punishment he was condemned to the Underworld, where he stood…

Good news from Shady Cove

City hall is now open Monday through Friday, from 8-12 and 1-5 p.m. Paula, who does utility billing is also at city hall during those hours and so is Debby Jermain (except for some flex time to make u for after hours city council meetings.) This is a big step in making the city available…

SC reviews water maser plan, changes FEMA contractor

“Stones are hollowed out by the constant dropping of water.” Ovid – so Shady Cove hopes to grind away at their aquatic issues – one drop at a time. Once again the theme of the Jan. 6th city council study session and meeting was good old H20; starting off the new year with old issues….

Concern over senior safety prompts quick action by EP Public Works

A new exterior is being put on City Hall. When it is finished it should blend in with the architecture of other key buildings in the community. Safety of senior citizens and others who live in the Loto Street Apartments and walk to the Eagle Point Senior Center across the street was addressed at the…