Biz Beat 2-25-2016

• Tsunami Books reports its “Eat Local/ Shop Local” sandwich board sign in front of the store was stolen the night of Feb. 18, the same night the Domino’s Pizza opened next door at 2568 Willamette. Coincidence? A new sign will be up soon. Domino’s now has three stores in the Eugene area.

• Deadline is Feb. 29 for medical marijuana dispensaries selling recreational products to register with the Department of Revenue and remit the 25 percent taxes they collected from customers in January. Last we heard, Oregon has 320 dispensaries selling recreational pot and 245 have registered, but only a few dozen have actually paid their January taxes. Call (503) 945-8050 if you have a bag of cash to deliver to the state.

• The nonprofit Womenspace is planning its annual “End the Silence” free community breakfast and fundraiser at 7 am Wednesday, March 2, at the Valley River Inn. Sponsors this year include Carter & Carter Wealth Management, Dairy Mart and Burley Design. A panel of intimate partner violence survivors will tell their stories. Space is limited. Call 485-8232 or email to reserve a space.