LINGLE – The Town of Lingle will host a “Fact or Fiction Night” regarding the proposed new community center, set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, at the Lingle Legion Hall, council members decided at their meeting Wednesday evening.
Residents are encouraged to attend, listen and ask questions about the building – expected to be built at the site of the current Lingle Legion Post No. 63 at 229 Main St., along with the renovation of an existing, adjacent facility at 237 Main St.
Mayor George Siglin said he’s heard significant amounts of misinformation about the community center project and wants to clear up any inquiries and circulating falsehoods.
“I think it would be great if people will come to it,” council member Greg Asa said. “It’ll be great for them and lay a lot of things out.”
In other business:
• Clerk-Treasurer Michele Sussex reminded attendees filing for two council seats and the mayor’s position opened March 8 and will close March 30. The filing fee is $25.
• Sussex said the town received approval from the Oregon Trail Foundation for a $2,000 grant for the
• Lingle Pool is currently accepting applications for lifeguards. Applications will be accepted through April 4.
• Police Chief Endra Moen said she responded to 28 calls in the last
• Maintenance Supervisor Larry Haeffelin announced his department removed a dead tree at Lira Park and bladed a number of alleyways, in addition to completing several other projects recently.
• Members moved to table for further consideration the third and final reading of an ordinance relating to nuisance properties in Lingle until the
• The council approved paying bills in the amount of $96,811.84.
• The next council meeting is Wednesday, March 21 at 5 p.m. at Lingle Town Hall.