After eight months in office, Congresswoman Andrea Salinas has found her rhythm. She shares a townhouse with two other congresswomen. She runs from committee meeting to committee meeting, fits in caucus meetings and attends campaign fundraisers.
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Congresswoman Andrea Salinas held a Town Hall in Keizer as part of a tour of her Sixth District.
Secretary of State Shemia Fagan will resign next Monday, a little less than a week after news broke of her moonlighting for a troubled cannabis company that played a key role in an audit conducted by her office.
Keizer Mayor Cathy Clark gave her formal State of the City address before a lunch time audience on Tuesday, March 14. She spoke before a crowd of public officials and private sector leaders at the Keizer Civic Center.
Mayor Cathy Clark previewed her State of the City Address at a joint meeting of the city’s five neighborhood associations on Thursday, March 9, at the Keizer Civic Center. After reports from each of the association, the mayor took to the podium and gave report of the recent past and[Read More…]
By: Les Zaitz of Salem ReporterFor the Keizertimes Voters will have choices in all three races for the Salem-Keizer School Board and more candidates could join in before next week’s filing deadline. So far, only one incumbent is bidding for re-election. And so far, only a single candidate has filed[Read More…]
Keizer City Council meets on Monday, Jan. 3rd at 7 p.m. in regular session.
Measure 24-468 was defeated by a 55%-45% margin in Tuesday’s election. If approved the measure would have added a $2.50 per month fee to city services bills to fund a public library.
Currently Keizer residents have the all-volunteer Keizer Community Library, housed at the Keizer Cultural Center.The $2.50 fee would have generated about $400,000 per year which would have funded a professional librarian and a children’s librarian.
Republican Kim Thatcher was elected to her third term as a state senator for District 11 in Tuesday’s election over challenger Democrat Richard Walsh.
Election results from the Secretary of State’s office as of Wednesday morning, Nov. 9, showed Thatcher with 53.17% (15,702 votes) to Walsh’s 46.61% (13,809 votes). There was also a handful of write-ins.