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Volume 11, Issue 10
October 2013

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“Fast” food that’s fresh and healthy? If that sounds too good to be true, then you haven’t discovered one of Cedar Mill’s hidden treasures...

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Cedar Mill Cider Festival October 13

The Seventh Annual Cedar Mill Cider Festival will be held on Sunday, October 13 from 1-4 pm on the grounds of the John Quincy Adams Young House on Cornell Road just east of 119th, and in the adjacent parking lot of the Cedar Mill Bible Church...

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Cedar Mill Project Helps Improve Water Quality

The Cedar Mill Falls Swale project improves water quality by filtering stormwater runoff from...

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Student leads the way in volunteer work, academics

Matthias Guenther, a 17-year-old senior at Beaverton's School of Science and Technology (SST), was named a National Merit Semi-Finalist in September....

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The Nature of Cedar Mill
The dark and rainy days of fall

It is the start of October and my tomato plants and I can discern the shortening of the days. ....

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Move to the Right for Sirens and Lights

If you or someone you love is in need of emergency assistance, you want help to get there right away...

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The Board of County Commissioners is currently considering Ordinance No. 777, that would regulate the keeping of roosters, male peacocks, and other male fowl known for their loud call in urban unincorporated areas of Washington County. Below is a link to a webpage with more information on this issue. The webpage will continue to be updated as the ordinance moves through the review process, which will include at least one public hearing.

If adopted by the Board of County Commissioners, the proposed ordinance would take effect 30 days after it is approved. At least one public hearing must be held prior to Board action on this proposed ordinance. Check back to this page periodically for hearing dates. Hearings may occur in mid-to-late October.


Library News

Library award, music, marquetry, and more...

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Washington County is updating its
Transportation Plan

The goal of the Transportation System Plan (TSP) update is to build upon existing plans to define the long-term needs of residents, businesses, and visitors.

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