Author: Lyndon Zaitz

Art matters in Keizer

The Keizer Art Association, which had humble beginnings, has become a player on the art and city scene. Under the direction of past and present presidents such as Jonathan Boys and Robert Selby plus the other officers and board...

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Keep Heritage as it is

The city and the Keizer Heritage Foundation are headed for a collision unless they can come to an agreement on the foundation’s lease of the ground its building—the Keizer Heritage Center—sits on. The Heritage Foundation raised...

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Foreclosures

Just when Americans thought things couldn’t get any worse, along comes the foreclosure mess, which could very well jeopardize the buds of recovery from the worse economy climate in decades. Across the country, in 23 states, a...

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The future of our water

Fluoridation of Keizer’s water has risen as an issue before the city council, but not for the reasons of the past.  In the middle of the last century, when cities wanted to add fluoride to the their water systems, a cry rose up...

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The people will be heard

The people behind an initative to limit big box retailers to Area A of Keizer Station say they have attained the necessary signatures.  Once the requisite number of signatures have been verified the issue will be placed before...

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