July 3, 2007

July 4, 2007

  • Redmond's police force is finding it challenging to keep with with population growth and an increase in calls. According to officials, officers often have to 'triage' calls if high priority incidents needing extra officers occur.
  • A Redmond physician, Mark Valenti, has been given the honor of Oregon Family Doctor of the Year by the Oregon Association of Family Physicians. Valenti has practiced in Redmond for 21 years.
  • One of downtown Redmond's longest lasting retail businesses, Clothes Encounters, is closing this month. Owners Lenora Franey and Shirley Huff are retiring after 13 years in business.
  • Developers hoping to see their property annexed into the city in the near future are facing a deadline: Offer a good deal and for future school sites or risk delay of inclusion into city limits.

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