The Oregon Coast Military Heritage Museum is making concrete progress. A group of volunteers helped a contractor prepare and pour the slab and footings for the four-thousand square foot building last week. The organization has been steadily raising funds for the past two years and has a pre-fabricated metal building in storage that will eventually be erected on the slab. They recently received city approval of the design review and building permits for the facility next to the airport on Kingwood Street.
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Our Town – February 2018
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Our Town for the Month of February features 5 guests including Florence Mayor Joe Henry, Lane County Sheriff Byron Trapp, Nurse Anesthetist Jess Kubisch, Western Lane Emergency Operations Group Megan Messmer, and Publisher of the book The Essential Marilyn Monroe, Joshua Greene. Lane County Sheriff Byron Trapp Florence Mayor Joe Henry Nurse Anesthetist Jess Kubisch […]