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Volume IV, Issue 10

October 2006

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VOTE November 7, 2006

A number of taxation measures are appearing on the ballot for the November 7 election. While few people enjoy sending money off for taxes, we know that they’re necessary to create the quality of life that we enjoy in our valley.


History in the News
Area’s first school was in Cedar Mill

After Cedar Mill’s pioneers secured safety and shelter, thoughts turned to some more permanent needs. Soon schools and religious facilities were established for the local citizens.


Featured Business
Cedar Mill Veterinary Clinic

When the new building is completed, it will be a lucky dog that gets boarded at Cedar Mill Veterinary. They’ll have a specially constructed pond to play in, an exercise lawn with a drainage substructure designed to keep their paws dry, and hydronically heated floors indoors to play on.


Our doorstep gets wider

The main entrance to the Cedar Mill community is going to be a little easier to get through once the construction that’s currently underway at Cedar Hills Boulevard and Barnes Road is completed. The work is being done by Polygon Homes as a result of the Timberland development on the Teufel Nursery property.


Watershed Tales and Objects of Desire

Rock Creek Watershed Partners (RCWP) is holding its second annual fundraising silent auction on Thursday, October 12 from 5:30-9 pm at McMenamins Cornelius Pass Roadhouse, 4045 N.W. Cornelius Pass Rd.



Business Association schedules retreat

The Cedar Mill Business Association (CMBA) was originally founded in the early ‘90s as a way for businesses to give back to the community. With our growing population and increased business activity, it’s time for the CMBA to more directly serve the business community with networking and programs focused on the needs of local businesses.


Pedestrian bridge flies in

A 100-foot-long wooden bridge was hoisted into place last month by a Chinook helicopter to span a tributary of Johnson Creek as part of the new $1.6 million, 1.5 mile trail and greenspace system created by a partnership with the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation district, property owners, a contractor and design team.


Sunset High School Band to Host 2006 Regional Championship

On Saturday, November 4, Sunset High School will be hosting the 2006 Northwest Marching Band Circuit Championship at Hillsboro Stadium. This event usually takes place at major universities but the Sunset High School band program is honored to be chosen to host the Championship competition this year. There will be 28 bands competing and performances will take place all day.


Next Meeting
Cedar Mill Business Association

Tuesday, October 17, 7:30 am

Place: Cedar Mill Community Library

Topic: TBA

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