One of two vacant John Day Planning Commission positions has been filled.
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PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Americans live in a work-dominated culture, and it's time to take a break. Why? Research shows that taking time off can improve personal relationships, professional performance and overall health and wellness. This is why the U.S. Travel Association created National Plan For Vacation Day, an annual campaign that encourages people to schedule their time off for the rest of the year. In support of this initiative, Travel Oregon and the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association (ORLA) are partnering with hotel properties around the state to offer a 20% discount for anyone who books between January 28-31 for a future stay. Whether you're planning a long weekend or a 10-day trip, Oregon offers a diverse array of adventures. For some inspiration, read "Your Perfect Oregon Trip, Based on Your Vacation Days." Ready to book? Find a list of participating lodging properties across the state here.
The Grant County Court adopted a county ordinance that will protect landowners’ rights near a significant aggregate site.