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Activist Alert 8-30-2012

• The Occupy Eugene Foreclosure Committee will hold a roundtable discussion on the new Oregon Foreclosure Law, which gives homeowners new rights to help defend against foreclosure at 7 pm Thursday, Aug. 30, at EWEB. Contact Fergus Mclean at 937-3034 for more information.

• The local BikeInShapes bike blog is organizing a Labor Day “Be Noble” Ribbon Ride celebrating the life of Erin Noble. The mountain bike ride begins at 6:30 pm Monday at St. Martin’s Trailhead and will finish at the Ninkasi Tasting Room, 272 Van Buren St. Ninkasi will be donating 25 percent of beer sales to Erin Noble’s Fund to Save the Amazon Creek Headwaters. See bikesinshape.wordpress.com for a map of the route. 

• A 2013 pavement rehabilitation project for Willamette Street from 19th to 24th avenues is the topic of a neighborhood open house at 7 pm Tuesday, Sept. 4, at Washington Park Cottage, 2025 Washington St. Contact reed.c.dunbar@ci.eugene.or.us for more information.

Oregon Wild will preview the documentary film A Fierce Green Fire: the Battle for a Living Planet will be shown with a discussion panel at 6:30 pm Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the Knight Law Center, Room 110 at UO. See the trailer at oregonwild.org

Health Care for All-Eugene will meet at 7 pm Wednesday, Sept. 5, at EWEB. The group is organizing a new campaign with 55 Oregon organizations moving forward for single payer health care. Email ruthduemler@comcast.net to get on the mailing list.


Corrections/Clarifications

• In our “Celebrate the Music” story last week about musicians performing at the Eugene Celebration, we inadvertently got the call letters mixed up for KRVM, the radio station that was sharing the stage with Eugene Weekly. 

• In our News Briefs story last week, “A Conservative Position on Pot,” we left out the word “million” in the third paragraph. It should read: “regulating marijuana like wine would generate more than $140 million per year in taxes — which could be put into both the general fund and drug treatment programs, while eliminating the unsavory elements related to the black market.”