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Port of HR Considers Revising Use Ordinance

The Port of Hood River will hold a hearing Tuesday evening on an ordinance outlining waterfront usage.  Ordinance 24 actually revises the current Ordinance 22, and looks to build in flexibility to allow changes to time and place of activities on Port property.  Language regarding boat maintenance and repairs being prohibited is being removed to reflect allowing owners to do routine light maintenance, and language that did not allow for riding a bicycle over the pedestrian bridge would also be deleted.  Clauses that would be added include no launching of boats except at the Marina Boat Basin and Nichols Basin and no launching of a kiteboard or training kite other than locations designated by an official sings.  Tuesday’s meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the Port’s Marina Center boardroom.

Councils Talking Medical Marijuana Dispensary Moratorium

Both The Dalles and Hood River City Councils will be discussing medical marijuana dispensary moratoriums this evening.  Cities and counties were given until May 1 by the Oregon Legislature to adopt a one-year moratorium on the dispensaries legalized by the Legislature in 2013.  That means they would have to pass emergency ordinances.  A special ordinance is the subject of a hearing in The Dalles, while it is a discussion item in Hood River.  The meeting in The Dalles starts at 5:30 p.m. in City Hall, while the Hood River Council meets in its chambers at 6 p.m.

 

April 11-12 Prep Sports Roundup

Softball

Hood River Valley 12, Mountain View 0

Hood River Valley sweeps Bend 4-0 and 7-0:  The Eagles three-game sweep in Central Oregon leaves them number one in the OSAA Class 5-A RPI rankings.

Hillsboro 3, The Dalles 0

Granger sweeps Goldendale 20-10 and 18-5

 

Baseball

The Dalles 12, Lincoln 1:  The Dalles stays at number four in the OSAA 5-A ratings.

Bend sweeps Hood River Valley 12-1 and 10-2.

Dufur sweeps Pilot Rock 22-2 and 14-4:  The Rangers are now number two in the Class 2A/1A RPI.

Goldendale sweeps Granger 20-0 and 18-4

Heppner sweeps Horizon Christian 9-7 and 15-2

 

Track and Field

South Wasco’s Loreto Morelli won both the boys’ 200 and 400 meters to lead the Mid-Columbia effort at the Dick Hornya Invitational in Stanford.  Other area winners included Sherman’s Brett Evans in the boys’ 800 meters, South Wasco’s Zoe Morelli in the girls’ 400 meters, and Dufur’s Austin Olson it the boys’ shot put and Taylor Darden in the girls’ shot put.

 

Boys Lacrosse

Hood River Valley 11, Putnam 5

 

Girls Lacrosse

Hood River Valley 12, South Eugene 7

 

Boys Tennis

Zillah 3, Goldendale 2

 

Girls Tennis

Zillah 3, Goldendale 0

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