Author Archives: jcpete

Planning For the Future

The city of Eugene is a vibrant area that, while being a college town, has slowly been growing as more and more people decide to stay or move here for one of the other various opportunities that can be found … Continue reading

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Candidate Day at the Friendly Area Neighbors Meeting

The Friendly Area Neighbors general meeting last April 19, was focused on bringing in local candidates and learning more about the men and women Eugene residents will be voting for. The Spring meeting started with Joann Earnst, who was the … Continue reading

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A Man With a Sustainable Plan

The apartment is dirty. It isn’t overly disgusting but contains the kind of mess one would expect from a 21-year-old college student. A strange juxtaposition between lazy and hard working appears all around the Friendly Neighborhood apartment, as pizza boxes … Continue reading

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The Slow Decline Into Anonymity

The Friendly neighborhood has lived up to its name for many years by containing residents who are helpful, open and outgoing, but recently neighbors are worried that their community is slowly becoming close-minded.  Men and women live next door to … Continue reading

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Taking Back the Night

            The EMU amphitheater was filled with men and women showing their support for Take Back the Night this last Thursday night.  This year marks the 33rd annual rally, and featured a rally, a march and … Continue reading

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On the Streets with Friendly Neighbors

The Friendly Neighborhood is filled with cozy homes, bike lanes and local stores that cater to the small community, which has led to people from all over Eugene coming to Friendly to enjoy the many parks, quiet neighborhoods and nice … Continue reading

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