Day: May 20, 2011

Kudos to Young Life

To the Editor: Thank you to the following Young Life students who raked, cleaned up debris, and pulled weeds at Keizer Heritage on May 7th. Their hard work goes toward Young Life summer camp fees.  Thanks Perry Groves, Bradley Dillon, Dakota Varney, Maddi Jordan, and Laura Donaldson.  You did a good job! Anne Rasmus Keizer Heritage...

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Thank you to KPD for watching house

To The Editor: We want to thank the Keizer Police Department for its Residence Checks During Vacation program. While we were gone this winter, an officer stopped by several times to see if everything was alright with our home.  In particular, we want to thank Officer Arsen Avetisyan who not only checked our house, but called us to see if we were OK when we did not return home as scheduled.  This type of personal service is one of the things that makes living in Keizer a pleasure. Thank you Chief Marc Adams for your department’s good work! Bill and Meribeth Slimak...

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Area C notice of appeal intent filed

Reporter’s Notebook is a new feature in the Keizertimes. Here our writers and editors will offer a glimpse behind the headlines to stories and issues bubbling just below the surface. Keep Keizer Livable has filed its notice of intent to appeal the Keizer Station Area C decision that’s likely to bring the city’s first Walmart. The neighborhood group is represented by Kenneth Helm, who has represented Walmart opponents in Medford and is also the attorney fighting a proposed rock quarry in Sherwood. City officials received notice May 9; however, the brief filing doesn’t state the grounds for the appeal. – Jason Cox View the Petitioners’ Notice of Intent to Appeal (.pdf) Police on the lookout for impaired drivers Keizer Police will have extra officers on the road during Iris Festival weekend, primarily looking for impaired drivers. So, in case you’re thinking about driving intoxicated…don’t. – Jason...

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