Parks fee gets majority support

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes The future of a fee that would create a dedicated parks fund is now in the hands of the Keizer City Council. At its meeting Monday, April 3, members of the parks board and public works staff submitted the findings of a parks survey that residents completed during the past three months. The council agreed to schedule a special council meeting to look at what the next steps will be. No date was set, but there will be time for residents to offer public testimony. Matt Lawyer, a member of the parks...

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