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Counties are eligible to reopen in phase two on Friday if given approval.
At the property at 7th Avenue and Washington Street alone, more than half a million dollars in damage was done.
KEZI 9 News is told that at the property at 7th Avenue and Washington Street alone over half a million dollars in damage was done.
Richmond said this is a time for the community to come together, and he and his team are committed and prepared to serve.
Looting and vandalism left many owners feeling helpless, as they noticed the various levels of destruction.
There is good news: the county is down to zero hospitalizations from COVID-19 and protective gear is in good supply.
Around 300 flags were put out on veterans’ lots and graves.
Across Lane County, many have already begun gearing up for Memorial Day celebrations.
Walsh said that the district relies on employer and employee payroll taxes to fund their budget.
Parents are reacting after many districts have already approved furlough days through the rest of the school year.
Data is updated nightly.