Curry County Looks at Levy Aftermath

GOLD BEACH, Ore. – Tueday’s defeat of a 3.2 million dollar public safety levy for Curry County has county officials facing some tough decisions. The chairman of the Curry County Board of Commissioners says competing money measures on the ballot, including a hospital bond and police measure in Port Orford, may have scuttled the county’s … Continue reading »

Curry County Rejects Public Safety Levy

GOLD BEACH, Ore. — Election results are being finalized and counties disappointed by the failure of money measures are figuring out what to do next. Curry County’s hopes for help from voters to maintain minimum public safety services were dashed on Election Night when voters turned down a 5-year levy by a 56 to 44 … Continue reading »

Ballot Battle in Curry County

GOLD BEACH, Ore. — With Election Day about a week and a half away, voters are starting to make decisions about some major money measures. Two of the most serious are public safety levies in Josephine and Curry counties. A five-year levy on the Curry County ballot is billed as an effort to maintain local … Continue reading »