Residents take softer tone after changes

City Meetings

Tensions were running high going into the City Council work session on Monday, Nov. 9. More than one Keizer resident in attendance started off their testimony by saying they came in with a different prepared statement, which was revised by the progress made in the work session.

Most in attendance echoed previous calls for condemning white supremacy, which the council added . . .

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