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Democrats say Oregon budget will go forward
The Democrats in charge of writing a new state budget say they're casting aside proposed tax increases and public-employee pension cuts and will begin advancing early pieces of a spending plan for the next two years.
Coos County confronts budget gap
Coos County, Ore., officials say there's a roughly $3 million gap between expected resources for the coming fiscal year and proposed expenditures.
Oregon budget talks pick up steam this week
Discussions about funding for schools, safety-net programs and all the other functions of state government will take a big step forward this week.
Oregon governor signs public-employee pension cuts
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber has signed a bill cutting pension benefits for some retired government workers.
Oregon House to vote on pensions, taxes
The Oregon House is preparing to take up two key pieces of the Democrats' budget proposal.
Painful cuts coming to Lane County agencies
For years, County number crunchers knew there was a "cliff" up ahead . . . and now Lane County is on the brink.
Douglas library seeks more savings from bare-bones budget
The managers of the Douglas County Library in Roseburg grappling with budget numbers, trying to do what seems impossible.
Eugene budget talks aim at Library branches
As the City of Eugene struggles with budget-tightening measures, the city’s library branches could be on the losing end.
Roseburg grade schools spared budget axe
The Roseburg School Board has decided not to close any elementary schools to help balance the budget.
Embattled Oakridge city manager resigns
The latest development in the Oakridge missing money mystery leaves the city without a city manager on its payroll.
Douglas Co. braces for disappearing federal support
Oregon state representatives are talking strategy with Douglas County officials as they look to fill the county’s budget gap which would be left by discontinued federal timber payments.
Albany faces a one million dollar budget gap
The city of Albany will have to make some serious cuts in the midst of a major budget crisis. They're facing a one million dollar hole in this year's property tax revenue.
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