A ballot drop box at the Forest Grove City Library. Photo: Chas Hundley
WASHINGTON COUNTY - Dozens of contenders have thrown their hat into the ring to lead, represent, and hold positions of authority in local school and fire boards that will define where the tax dollars of voters go to provide fire and emergency services, education and more.
Decisions made by those elected on May 21 may have impacts for generations to come, and can range from the small and mundane—ceremonial proclamations, for example—up to severely consequential, such as the shuttering . . .
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