People in need of respite from heat can get a free ride to a cooling center on any LTD bus route. On July 30 and 31st starting at 1 p.m. riders can tell drivers they’re traveling to a cooling center and their fee will be waived.
A plan to build new water storage in south Eugene has some residents upset. They object to tree removal and construction at a site that has been an urban forest for more than 60 years. But, Eugene Water & Electric says the property was always meant for water storage.
A report on the controversy over plans to build two water storage tanks on property in South Eugene. The project would requires some trees be cut down.
With the extreme heat forecast in our region Thursday through Saturday, counties and cities have designated areas where the public can cool off. Here is a list for our listeners. It will be updated as we get more information.
This is Sandy Brown Jensen, and you’re listening to Viz City, KLCC’s arts review program. This is the time to put the upcoming August 6th First Friday Artwalk on your calendar. We went so long without them that some of us don’t realize they are back and need people to come out and enjoy them.