On growth: Long, possibly expensive road lies ahead

During the past year and a half, the city of Keizer embarked on several studies aimed at providing comprehensive information to inform a decision on how and where Keizer should grow. 

With many of the reports in final stages and others wrapping up, city staff briefed the Keizer City Council on where things stand at a work session Monday, May 13. 

The biggest takeaway was that whatever Keizer decides, change will take time . . .

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