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Oregon is in the throes of a full-blown housing crisis, facing a current deficit of 140,000 units. “Our Affordable Housing Challenge” is the topic of a free public discussion from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2, in the Gresham Room at the Ashland Public Library.
Brent Thompson: In our hunt for presents, hopefully we don’t forget that stores in Ashland’s downtown core and parts of Ashland Street (aka Highway 66) offer crafts, books, comics, shoes, plants, baked goods, chocolate, new and used clothes, kitchen items, games, antiques, pet supplies, art supplies, collectibles, and many other things.
Reader Photo: The internationally recognized chamber music ensemble the American Brass Quintet (ABQ), visited Ashland last week, giving a master class at the South Medford High School on Friday afternoon, and performing holiday music for all Ashland from The Brickroom’s outdoor balcony on Friday night.
The city of Ashland will install 22 public electric vehicle chargers in the coming year thanks to funding from the Oregon Department of Transportation — and Ashland residents are also eligible to apply for grants to help fund other installations.