Jim Torrey http://klcc.org en 4J Moves Ahead With Local Option Levy Renewal, Roosevelt Middle Land Sale Process http://klcc.org/post/4j-moves-ahead-local-option-levy-renewal-roosevelt-middle-land-sale-process <p>Residents of the Eugene 4J School District will decide this November whether to continue tax support for local schools.&nbsp; Wednesday night, the School Board voted to put a local option levy on the ballot that would fund the district to the tune of $8 million per year.</p><p></p><p><span style="line-height: 1.5;">&nbsp;&nbsp;</span>&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Board member Jim Torrey said the district was already stretched, and losing the funds would have major consequences.</p><p></p> Thu, 20 Mar 2014 05:56:28 +0000 Jes Burns 10144 at http://klcc.org 4J Moves Ahead With Local Option Levy Renewal, Roosevelt Middle Land Sale Process 4J Votes To Offer Civic Stadium Properties To City of Eugene http://klcc.org/post/4j-votes-offer-civic-stadium-properties-city-eugene <div>Eugene’s Depression-era stadium has a new chance for life. &nbsp;Wednesday night, the Eugene 4J School Board voted to accept the City of Eugene’s bid for Civic Stadium. &nbsp;</div><div></div><div>The City offered $4.5 million for the Civic Stadium properties in South Eugene, but is requiring the community to raise significant additional funds to renovate the neglected all-wood grandstand and manage the facility. &nbsp;4J Board Member Jim Torrey put it bluntly. Thu, 20 Feb 2014 07:16:58 +0000 Jes Burns 8516 at http://klcc.org 4J Votes To Offer Civic Stadium Properties To City of Eugene