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Agenda for SOS Public Meeting – Tuesday April 29, 2014

Good Evening SOS,

Our next meeting will be tomorrow, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Wild River Brew Pub located at 533 NE F Street, in Grants Pass, from 5:15 PM-6:15 PM.

We understand how busy everyone is and appreciate your patience and tenacity. Stay the course!

While looking for an inspirational saying on the internet, we came across this:

If you are ever thrown into the trunk of a car, kick out the back tail lights and stick your arm out the hole and start waving like crazy. The driver won’t see you, but everybody else will. This has saved lives.

So there you go…


SOS Finances- A breakdown by Jay Meredith


The Hardrock Mining Committee – Michael Cope / Jay Meredith

The Summit

May 10, 2014:  Southern Oregon Minerals Summit

Please see the following brochure:

Southern Oregon Minerals Summit – May 10 2014

SPACE IS LIMITED!  If you would like to RSVP for this event, please email

MC:  Carl Wilson

Keynote Speaker:  Gareth Hatch  


Jail/Juvenile Justice Levy Committee Pat Fahey (separate PAC)

If you want a sign, CALL (541) 295-5273

IF you have questions that you have encountered regarding the upcoming levy, please forward them to Pat Fahey ASAP. Please, don’t be shy!

NEXT MEETING is at the Southern Oregon Sanitation Office on Redwood Avenue, Grants Pass, on Monday, May 5, 2014 @ 5:15 PM!

Join this committee, e-mail Pat:


JJC Vigil – Jim Goodwin   

See  for a recap.

How it went? Photos on our website:


Thank you for fighting for our home. I am grateful to all of the people who sacrifice for others in our county on a daily basis. As we continue into the election season, please remember that everyone has value and we should be respectful of each other even though we may have differences of opinion. And, just as a reminder, everyone makes mistakes. We’re human.  You don’t throw something (or somebody) away because it has a few scratches…


MISSION: “A citizen-voiced plan to provide for a secure, stable and sustainable Josephine County.”

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