January 2016 Town Halls

EUGENE – – Tonight will be our first town hall of the year. It will be very conveniently located at the downtown campus of Lane Community College across 10th Avenue from the Eugene Public Library. Local Legislators all work on different issues and support each others’ efforts. With so many legislators at the Town Hall you will get the most complete discussion of the February, 2016 session we can provide. Representatives Paul Holvey, Val Hoyle, Nancy Nathanson, and I, and Senators Lee Beyer and Floyd Prozanski will be there. You come, too!

Monday, Jan 4th, 6:00 to 7:30 PM,
Lane Community College
Downtown Campus, Rm 112-114
101 W 10th Ave, Eugene. OR

CRESWELL — We usually get a smaller but very active crowd at the Creswell Coffee Co on a Tuesday morning, east of the freeway in the business park. If you like, buy a cup of coffee or your breakfast and bring your questions and concerns for the 2016 Session.

Tuesday, Jan 5th, 7:00 to 8:00 AM,
Creswell Coffee Co,
116 Melton Rd, Creswell, OR

COBURG — If you have not yet seen Coburg’s new City Hall now is a great time. Coburg is justly proud of its new space. We will meet in the big room used usually for City Council Meetings and the Coburg Municipal Court. Come ask your questions about the February 2016 Session.
Tuesday, Jan 5th, 6:00 to 7:00 PM,

Coburg City Hall,
91136 N Willamette St, Coburg, OR

BROWNSVILLE — Randy’s is just across the bridge in Brownsville and provides a cozy place for many of my Linn County Town Halls. If you like, buy yourself a cup of coffee or Randy’s famous egg bake and join the conversation.
Wednesday, Jan 6th, 7:00 to 8:00 AM,

Randy’s Main Street Coffee,
250 N. Main St, Brownsville, OR

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON — Rep. Paul Holvey will join me to discuss issues of interest to the University and Community College communities and anything else you want to discuss.

Saturday, Jan 9th, 11:00AM,
University of Oregon
Esslinger Hall, Rm 105,
1240 University St, Eugene OR

Your emails, phone call, letters, and suggestions at town halls may give me just the ideas I need for bills that become law and Oregon State policy in the future. Many many constituent ideas have already become the focus of bills I have passed in previous legislatures. Your participation is irreplaceable, so I hope to see you at one or more of these town halls.

Phil Barnhart

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