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Volume 16. Issue 1
January 2018

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Cedar Mill Traffic Cams

Cornell and 143rd

Cornell & Murray

Cornell & Saltzman


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Morello

Love Farm

Fred's Auto Removal

Lindsey

Brian Harvey - Edward Jones agent

Badger

electronics unlimited

Timmco Insurance

Mad Hatter sewing

Bethany Massage & Spa

Zoann

Second Edition Resale Shop

Schoch Dairy

Stone Creek Realty

Mike's Auto Parts

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New laws for the New Year

New laws for the New Year

As the New Year rolls around, be prepared to for some changes in state and local protective regulations, taxes, and fees for Oregon. Starting Jan. 1, the following laws will be put into action...

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Cedar Hills Park will close for construction January 8

Cedar Hills Park will close for construction January 8

As part of a major construction project that will bring a variety of improvements to Cedar Hills Park, the park will be closed starting Jan. 8, except for a pedestrian pathway from William Walker Elementary School (Lynnfield Lane) to Cedar Hills Boulevard...

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Cedar Mill c. 1961

Cedar Mill c. 1961

This photo was shared with the Cedar Mill Historical Society by Natalie Schneck. It came with the house her family purchased, visible just north of Terra Linda woods. Cedar Mill Historical Society is always interested in early photos of the area—families, homes, businesses and farms! Contact us if you have old photos or other historical stuff!

  1. Sunset Highway. The ancient route from the Tualatin Valley to the Willamette was improved as a freeway in 1949.
  2. Sunset High School. First opened in 1959.
  3. Sunset Swim Center. Built by Tualatin Hills Park District and opened in 1960.
  4. Sunset Valley Elementary. Built in 1948 to replace Union School. Sold in 1979 to ESI which used it as its headquarters. Home Depot is located there now.
  5. Murray Road. Named for the Owen Murray family, the road didn’t extend south to Walker until the ‘60s.
  6. Cornell Road. Surveyed by Washington County in 1868, the roadextends from Lovejoy St. in Portland to downtown Hillsboro.
  7. Wolf Creek Water District building. It now houses Bales/Findley Property Management and other businesses.
  8. Bales Thriftway. The old center on the east side ofSaltzman (where Bingo is now) opened in 1961. It is slated for redevelopment soon.
  9. Saltzman Road. The road originally crossed the Tualatin Mountains and connected to Highway 30

Pharmaca Skyline Gardens

Agia Sophia

Brews for New Avenues


New McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub celebrates former airport

New McMenamins Cedar Hills Pub celebrates former airport
by McMenamins

Take in the soaring ceilings, lofty windows and garage-style doors that create the sensation of standing underneath an open sky...

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Hillsboro Airport

Hillsboro Airport

An “Online Open House” is open for comments until Feb. 5 for area residents to comment on options for improvements at Hillsboro International Airport (HIA)...

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Gardening grows bones, too

Gardening grows bones, too
by Margie Lachman

Bending, twisting, lifting, pulling! A new exercise class? No, but similar and even better results while having fun; doing what we gardeners do...

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Bales Marketplace

The Ackerly

Measure 101: What you need to know

Measure 101: What you need to know

The Washington County Department of Health and Human Services Disability, Aging & Veteran Services (DAVS) recently published this article describing Measure 101, the single issue that we are voting on in the January 23 election. We thought it was a good summary so we’re sharing it.

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Beat the Winter Blues

Beat the Winter Blues
By Jennifer Imai

As the daylight hours diminish and sunny days are few and far between, we Pacific Northwesterners brace ourselves for winter. Ours may not be as harsh as winters in the Midwest or New England, but it brings its own kind of punishment: drenching rain or persistent mist, and a heavy, gray ceiling of clouds...

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Famous rocker alum visits sunset high school

Famous rocker alum visits sunset high school
By Kathy Campbell

Just before Thanksgiving, one of Sunset High School’s most famous alumni, Tommy Thayer (Class of ’78), returned to the school to visit with band students and to learn more about the school’s auditorium renovation needs. Tommy is lead guitarist for the band KISS...

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Growing Plants With Less Water

Growing Plants With Less Water
By the Robotic Animals team

We are a LEGO robotics team, called the Robotic Animals. This year’s Lego challenge is hydrodynamics. We looked at many problems that are related to water and researched our household water use. The topic we decided to pursue was gardening with less water...

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Community News

January 2018 Community News

CPO 1 skips January meeting
League of Women Voters Ballot Measure 101 forum
WCCLS offers interactive online tutoring resources
Cedar Mill Historical Society seeks volunteers
Beaverton Historical Society
Washington County public affairs forum
Washington County Museum free family morning
Indivisible Cedar Mill
Viva Village events
Library news and events
Beaverton School District Budget Process Underway
Bonny Slope’s annual pancake breakfast
Six-Week Series for Caregivers Begins February 1
TVFR Safety Tips
Washington County Resistance (WCR)
Beaverton offers mediation training
Virtue of the month: peacefulness
Volunteer with THPRD to improve natural areas in your neighborhood
Wanted: volunteers to help survey for frogs and salamanders
Israeli and international folk dancing

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Washington County Boards and Commissions Vacancies

Boards, committees and commissions advise the Board of Commissioners (BCC) on matters of interest to people who live and work in Washington County. Commission members are volunteers appointed by the BCC. In many cases, members must be residents of Washington County. Committees themselves do not pass ordinances to establish policy; their purpose is to study issues and make recommendations. Serving on an appointed board or commission is a great way for Washington County residents to participate in decisions that affect them and to learn more about how local government works....

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Pacific Office Automation Holistic Pet
sunset CU
RefinishFirst

Cedar Mill Business Roundup

Cedar Mill January Business Roundup

Village Gallery News
21-day Sugar Detox info session with Holly Morello
Meditation, women’s healing, Wellness Fair at Massage & Spa at Bethany
World Of Smiles Pediatric Dentistry Grows Up
Edward Jones Coffee Club
The Wine Cellar has a new chef
Fourth annual community ‘Shred-It’ day at Sunset Credit Union

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sunset Athletic Club

Cornell Family Medicine

Bethany Vet Sunset Tire Factory

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