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WHITE SALMON — New applications for short-term rental permitting, development, designation, construction, expansion, creating, locating, and s…

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Due to loss of water pressure in the distribution system on the night of June 2, potentially harmful bacteria could be present in The Dalles’ water supply, and the city has advised customers June 3 not to drink the water without first boiling it for 1 minute. Residents in an area generally limited to east of Lewis Street to Thompson Street, from East 9th to East 19th streets are impacted. However, if you lost water service on the night of June 2nd or morning of June 3rd, you were affected and should follow this advisory even if outside of the area described, according to a press release from the City of The Dalles public works department. A map showing the affected area is available on the City’s website at http://thedalles.org.

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HOOD RIVER — Unhappy with “Middle Housing” changes to Hood River’s zoning and building codes, Brian Towey and four other city residents say they will appeal the city’s decisions to a higher court. The City of Hood River did not give residents adequate notice for the March 8 public hearing on the new codes, Towey said in “Intent to File,” an appeal to Oregon’s Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA), the state’s highest tribunal for land-use decisions. As of publication, LUBA had received, but not yet agreed to hear, the case.

Hood River Mayor Kate McBride said she welcomed LUBA’s opinion.

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The Dalles — Starting Monday Jan.4, The Dalles Public Works crews will be conducting curb-to-curb street sweeping throughout the city. Crews will begin working from the east side of town sweeping on specific routes. The sweep will continue throughout the month.