A terrible new plan

By Stephen Anderson EWEB’s plan for their 11-acre property south of 40th and Patterson, decades in the making, was to build one water reservoir in 2021 and one reservoir a decade or so later, if needed. In the first meeting with EWEB, we had one simple request: Change...

Protecting urban forests is a moral imperative

By John Jordan-Cascade There are two aspects to any decision made by public bodies: the process with which it was made and the wisdom or efficacy of the decision itself. On both counts Eugene’s publically-owned and managed energy agency, EWEB, has failed the...