May/June Dates5/24 -- Culpepper & Merriweather Circus, 2:00 pm and 4:30 pm, Central Linn High School5/25 -- Memorial Day, City Hall closed5/26 -- Utility Payments due, 5:00 pm, City Hall6/3 -- Library Committee Meeting, 7:00 pm, Library Building6/8 -- Central Linn School Board Meeting, 6:30 pm, High School Cafeteria6/9 -- City Council Meeting 7:00 pm, Halsey City HallState Shared Revenue/Budget Hearing Meeting, 6:30 pm, Halsey City Hall 6/21 -- 2015 Pioneer Dam Run, 8:00 am, Linn County Historic Museum6-25 -- Utility Payments due, 5:00 pm, HalseyCityHall
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CITY OF HALSEYPUBLIC NOTICE – TREES AND NOXIOUS VEGETATIONAll Residents and Property Owners in the City of Halsey, Notice is hereby given: Per Ordinance 2008-382, Section 18, between May 15 and September 30 of any year, no owner or person in charge of property shall allow noxious vegetation to be on the property or in the right of way of a public thoroughfare abutting on the property. THIS INCLUDES MOWING THE PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY BORDERING YOUR PROPERTY“Noxious Vegetation” includes: (a) weeds more than 10 inches high; (b) grass more than 10 inches high; (c) poison oak; (d) poison ivy; (e) blackberry bushes that extend into a public thoroughfare or across a property line; (f) vegetation that is (1) health hazard, (2) fire hazard, (3) traffic hazard . . The City will be aggressive in abating this Ordinance. The City is willing to abate the nuisance on a particular parcel of property at the request of the owner for a fee of $65.00 per hour. Even in the absence of such request, the City intends to abate all such nuisances 10 or more days after the final publication of the notice and charge the cost of doing so to the owner or person in charge of the property, or the property itself. Contact City Hall if you have any questions.100 W. Halsey StreetHalsey, OR 97348541-369-2522 -- Ronda Fischer, City Administrator
Library Advisory Committee
The City of Halsey is accepting applications for the Library Advisory Committee. The Committee will serve as an advisory body to the City Council with regard to the operations, maintenance and utilization of the Halsey City Library. The Committee will consist of 5 members of the community and will be appointed by the City Council. Meeting days and times will be set by that group once it is formed. For more information, contact the City of Halsey at (541) 369-2522 or you can download the committee application off the website at www.cityofhalsey.com.
May is mental Health Awareness Month. The Mental Health Advisory Board is partnering with LBCC and the HEART Board of the Albany Boys and Girls Club to raise awareness about Mental Health issues in Linn County.The Mental Health Advisory Board working with Samaritan Health Services and other agencies have begun offering Mental Health 1st Aid courses in the area. Over 300 individuals have received a course in either Adult or Kid’s Mental Health 1st Aid. More trainers are being trained and the course is scheduled to be offered for the general public as well in various services that serve the community, etc., schools, law enforcement, caregivers, etc. These classes will be offered throughout the upcoming year not just in May. More information can be gotten at:www.co.linn.or.us/health/first-aid/mh-first-aid.php
Pioneer Dam Run
The 2015 Pioneer Dam Run will take place on Sunday, June 21st at 8:00 am. The event includes at 10k run or a 5k wal/run. Both start next to the Linn County Historical Museum, and follow Kirk Ave and Northern Drive up the scenic Calapooya River Valley. The 5k turnaround is about 1.5 miles along this route, while the 10k continues out to the historic site of the Brounsville Dam on the Calapooya River. Proceeds from this event will be donated toward the refurbishment of the Central Linn High School Track.Registration is in person at the Brownsville HealthMart Pharmacy, by mail at PO Box 248, Brownsville, OR 97327, or Online at www.EclecticEdgeRacing.com. Entry fees are $28 for adults 18 and over, $20 for ages 17 and under. Register prior to June 12th to be guaranteed a tee shirt.