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This illustration shows two students conversing about the availability of housing. For OSU students, finding affordable housing can be a struggle, with a rising demand and a slow growth in supply.

Malick: Expensive housing may restrict OSU accessibility

Cassidy Malick, Columnist
September 27, 2021

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. With the fall term beginning soon, many students...

This illustration is meant to show the lifted weight over tenants. During Oregons eviction moratorium renters cannot be evicted for not paying rent.

Oregon lawmakers extend COVID-19 eviction moratorium, makes changes to Corvallis’ previous moratoria

Angela Tam, News Contributor
January 25, 2021

The state-wide eviction moratorium was extended until the end of June, due to the passage of House Bill 4401 on Dec. 21, meaning that the moratorium will continue to protect against tenant eviction on...

General Police Log Graphic

Corvallis Police Log: Nov. 29 – Dec.5

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
December 11, 2020

Nov. 29Driving While Suspended, Warrant Arrest At about 10 p.m., Police were driving south on Southwest Third Street when a Honda Accord put his right turn signal on and immediately completed a lane change,...

The City of Corvallis plan for the nonpayment of utility bills to be considered again as the COVID-19 pandemic worsens. The policy will be for all city-related utilities.

City of Corvallis creates assistance programs to aid water payments

Angela Tam, News Contributor
December 6, 2020

Although Corvallis has resumed shutting off water for nonpayment, Public Information Officer Patrick Rollens stated that water service shut-offs are a last resort, after the city has exhausted all other...

The Corvallis City Hall building is located downtown on Madison Avenue. OMN archive taken Feb. 2020. 

Corvallis City Council approves nearly $400,000 in funding to assist homeless support providers

Zoë Sandvigen, News Contributor
September 10, 2020

The Corvallis, Ore. City Council ruled in favor 9-0 to pass the decision to allocate $392,500 in funding to go towards a handful of organizations in town to help homeless individuals and families. The...

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