Citizens and attorney meet over pipeline

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Pipeline gets rejections from LUBA and county

On July 15, the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) rejected Coos County’s approval of the proposed liquified natural gas line that is proposed to run from Coos Bay to Malin, cutting through properties in Trail and going under the Rogue River. In a press release, David Lohman, a Medford attorney representing the Southern…

Shady Cove council directs legal action for non-compliant floodplain homeowners

At the June 5 meeting, the Shady Cove City Council took the bull by the horns when council directed the city administrator to begin legal action as the next step to improve the city’s standing with FEMA. Some non-compliant homeowners in the floodplain may end up in circuit court. On a roll, council also agreed…