“Hi there, how are you doing?” asks Clark College campus security officer Eben Ayers as he strides toward two men leaning against traveling backpacks, the fabric of the packs worn and the men’s faces weary. They were resting between the fencing of the soccer field and bushes that line the purple parking lot on a recent Friday about 9 p.m.
I have good news and bad news to write about today. The good news is, the weather is looking great for the coming week. The bad news is, well, perhaps most of the bad news is behind us and that would be good news.
The Oregon Department of Transportation has appointed Clark County Councilor Eileen Quiring to a regional committee that will provide input on the state’s plan to pursue “value pricing” or tolls on Interstate 5 and Interstate 205.