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Community Halloween Carnival

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Join us for this year's annual Halloween Carnival at the Convention Center Monday, October 31 from 5:00- 7:30 p.m. Admission is FREE thanks to all of the generous donations and community support!

Notes from the Council Chambers

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October 11 City Council Workshop

Marketing Strategies for Surplus Property.  Council discussed the criteria they wanted to use to market the property given to the City by the state and previously a part of the EOTC campus.  After some discussion, Council determined that preferences would be given to developers who made a proposal with the following criteria: workforce/student housing, compliments/connections to the college campus, and a proven track history of successfully managed rental properties.

Sister City Chaperones Opportunity

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On behalf of the Pendleton Cultural Foundation, we invite you to consider chaperoning the students on the cultural exchange to Minamisoma, Japan in 2017. The chaperone is the responsible adult traveling with six high school students to Japan for two weeks in July. The chaperone and students fundraise to pay for the airfare to Japan. Once the group is in Japan, the bulk of the expenses, including meals and housing, are provided by our counterparts in Japan. The cultural exchange is an amazing experience to tour Japan and live with a Japanese family.

Air Quality Commission

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The Air Quality Commission will be meeting on Thursday, October 20, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM in the Community Room located at the back entry at City Hall.

Notes from the Council Chambers

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City Receives Grant for Art

Pacific Power contributed a check for $3,500 to help cover the cost of new bronze’s on Main Street.  These statues have been paid for by grants and out of the 1.75% of the transient room tax revenue (typically around $14,000/year) collected specifically for that purpose.

Badge Pinning and Swearing In of New Firefighters

City Recieves Safety Award

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Congratulations to employees of the City of Pendleton for having a very safe work year!!    During the 2015-16 fiscal year, the City had a total of 334,057 employee hours worked, with only 2 time loss injuries!

For this, the City was awarded the Silver Safety Award at the annual League of Oregon Cities Conference last week.  The only other city that did better had 0 injuries, for which they won the Gold award.