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Bay City Council discussed a City Hall Remodel Professional Services Contract at their meeting on March 10. City Manager Chance Steffey said he contacted the architect, Brittell Architecture, Inc. for cost estimates. Read more

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The City of Bay City declared an official state of emergency Monday, March 23, following the Gov. Kate Brown’s declaration on March 8 and the Tillamook County Commissioners local state of emergency within Tillamook County on March 14 and continuance of emergency on March 22 due to the COVID-… Read more

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Facing the potential spread of coronavirus, county officials are taking significant action to stop the flow of tourists during spring break. Much of Tillamook County was already closed for business after the state banned large gatherings and limited service from restaurants and bars. Read more

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County officials and local tourism leaders held a conference call Thursday, March 19, and discussed using Transient Lodging Tax (TLT) funds to bail out local businesses that are struggling because of the coronavirus outbreak. Read more

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Oregon’s May 19 primary election will continue as planned, Oregon Secretary of State Bev Clarno said Thursday, March 19, in a press release. The certified list of 371 candidates that filed to run for office has been sent to the county election experts. Read more

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Terri Wallace, along with her neighbors who live along the 5000 block of Weber Road along the Tillamook River, is seeking help. Due to severe weather conditions, the river bank in front of her house is eroding at an alarming rate of speed. Read more

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Gov. Kate Brown Wednesday, March 18, announced an executive order directing Oregon's higher education institutions to move their curriculum to online learning, prohibiting in-person classroom interactions through April 28 as a way to prevent transmission of COVID-19. Read more

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Amid the wider housing crisis in Oregon, Tillamook County’s divided and aging housing market threatens local livability and economic vitality. Housing for year-round residents remains slack while seasonal housing is crowding out long-term rentals. Read more

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County officials held an emergency meeting Saturday, March 14, to declare a local state of emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak. Most county offices will close to the public, operating by phone and email instead. Read more

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Tillamook County officials revealed that a $300,000 ransom was paid to regain data access after a cyberattack. The ransom amount was disclosed during the Tillamook County Board of Commissioners meeting Wednesday, March 11. Read more

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The Tillamook Beekeepers Association is hosting their Annual Beehive Raffle. The beehive is set up in the Tillamook County Library, along with two display cases, teaching the public about the importance of saving the bee. Read more

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Tillamook City Council adopted during their March 2 meeting Resolution 1808 – a resolution adjusting City of Tillamook sewer rates for significant industrial users and amending Resolution No. 1722. This resolution came at the request of Pelican Brewing. Read more