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Several projects must be completed before any talks about actual reconstruction of the Arch could occur. These projects include:

Feasibility Study - $6,500

Much of the public comment on the project has been supportive of locating the Springfield/McKenzie Arch adjacent to Hwy. 126 in the east Thurston area.

Deliverables: Written overview of the topography of any proposed site, traffic access recommendations, and any other issues to address.

Operations/Business Concept - $4,500   

FINN ROCK: “This is a great opportunity for all of us to set aside our negativity, egos and our agendas to come together,” was the way McKenzie School Board member Debbie Peterson helped set the stage for last Wednesday’s monthly meeting. Board chairman Kent Roberts shared those sentiments by saying, “Change is good, can be good and should be good. I’d like to restore the ‘happy,’” he added, noting that, ”We haven’t been happy. It’s been a rough three or four years.”

Maintenance work also planned for Walterville

Leaburg boatThe Eugene Water & Electric Board began dewatering the Leaburg Power Canal on Saturday morning, April 26, to perform maintenance on the power plant, canal and fish screen.

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