KEPW News Weekly – Episode #85

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Lane County offers meetings on a proposed behavioral health center. Eugene City Council unanimously approves HB2001 land use code changes for middle housing. The 4J School District invites public comment on a proposed firearms ban. Neighbors ask if the Spring Boulevard bridge can survive an earthquake and support … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #84

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Eugene City Council delays a final vote on HB2001 Middle Housing modifications until May 25th to enable more public input. Sarai Johnson gives details of a new upcoming low-barrier public shelter for the unhoused in the River Road neighborhood. Jenah reports on the recent Day of Silence to … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #83

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Our community is short on donated blood Over 1000 people attended a rally to protest the potential banning of abortion KLCC and KEPW were honored with 2022 regional Edward R. Murrow awards Morse panelists see housing crisis roots in white supremacy and system failure Eugene City Council works … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #82

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: An interview with two bicycle innovators working to up-cycle used bicycles for the good of the community. Residents rally at the federal building in support of reproductive rights. The City says neighborhood associations don’t have to follow public meeting laws because they are private clubs. As the City … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #81

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Climate and health impacts of Northwest Natural Gas are discussed at the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference. Eugene’s Parks and Open Space plan to re-wild Amazon Creek near South Eugene High School. A Former Eugene Neighborhood and Community Liaison says HB2001 public engagement avoided involvement by neighborhoods. An … Read more

KEPW News Weekly – Episode #80

This week on KEPW News Weekly Edition: Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) builds a powerhouse management team for 2022 350 Eugene will give a presentation April 24 at the Campbell Center on how to start moving away from fossil fuels Eugene City Council candidates for ward 4 and 5 answer questions And more! These … Read more