01.24.13 Your Morning Buzz

Posted on January 24, 2013


UPCHUCK! Trader Joe’s raises price of ‘Two-Buck Chuck’

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The High Five

Not two buck chuck wine bag - thank God!

  1. New Lake Oswego council is off to a questionable start – The first item of business was to approve a search process for the hiring of a permanent city manager, which was done. Next, however, came a surprise motion made by the mayor himself to remove the current interim city manager and replace him with a new interim city manager. The surprise was not that this was happening. Anytime there is a change in leadership, these changes are not that unusual. What was a surprise, however, was how all of this was handled.

  2. Indiana’s Gambling Lock Is Loosened – Threats of casino expansion in neighboring states are endangering a gambling powerhouse’s revenue stream. Above, a newly renovated casino in Hammond, Ind.

  3. A Guide to America’s Most Ambitious Transit Projects – The U.S. is currently planning 721 regional transit projects. Don’t hold your breath for their completion, though.

  4. Hotseat: Baruti Artharee – The city’s new cops czar talks about making the police safer for his grandkids.

  5. Off the Grid – The history behind Portland’s sometimes baffling street grid.

 

Legislative Sausage-Making

The two buck chuck at TJ's cost three dollars...LOL

 

The Fiscal Cliff

 

Inside Portlandia

Check out Two Buck Chuck on ReverbNation

 

Outside Portlandia

I do <3 Two Buck Chuck!    @Mary Wing I'm drinking a bottle tonight. Reminded me of some fun girls nights with you and Nicole at @Julie Boyer 's house =)

 

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Overheard in LA

  • Meet Tigard Mayor John Cook – You are invited to join me once a month for open discussion regarding Tigard. Bring your concerns and/or ideas regarding our city or simply stop in and say hello. I am looking forward to meeting with you.

  • City seeks sustainability input Saturday – Food goes green (metaphorically) at Forest Groves town meeting Forest Grove’s Annual Town Meeting Saturday has a sustainability theme.

  • Welcome to the Mirror Pond Project – You are invited to participate in developing a plan to address the build up of silt and future maintenance of Mirror Pond.   A number of alternate plans (visions) will be developed with your help through a community outreach program intended to find a single broadly supported plan (vision) that will guide immediate and long-term responses to the silt deposits.  The final ‘preferred plan’ (vision) will be used in fund raising, construction plans, and permitting efforts needed to make your final plan a reality.

  • Salem schedules public meetings on budget forecast – The public meetings will include a forecast presentation and will include a question-and-answer session and feedback to City Manager Linda Norris.

 

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