Anti-coal resolution passes in Eugene City Council vote

Plastic bag ban clears City Council Shoppers soon will have to bring their own or pay for paper; anti-coal resolution also passes BY EDWARD RUSSO | The Register-Guard The Eugene City Council on Monday night flexed its environmental muscle, approving a ban on plastic bags and a statement in opposition to coal trains. The council voted 6-2 to ban […]

County puts off coal consideration

County puts off coal consideration Despite removal of the item from the agenda, people tell commissioners what they think about the concept BY GREG BOLT (Eugene Register-Guard) More than 30 people packed a Lane County commissioners’ meeting Wednesday to speak out on the prospect of a coal port proposed in Coos Bay, only to learn […]

THE COST OF CLEAN AIR: The local pollution-fighting agency is in danger of losing funding

THE COST OF CLEAN AIR: The local pollution-fighting agency is in danger of losing funding BY DIANE DIETZ The Register-Guard – Published: April 16, 2012 Whether a local guardian of Lane County air is a luxury or a necessity is a question Eugene, Springfield and Lane County will answer in their annual budget processes this year. The […]

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