Posts tagged with ‘Bend City Council’

  • Bend Business Roundup 6-14-19

    By on June 14, 2019

    Happy Friday, Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: Let’s say you’re a fan of The Bachelor and have this...

  • Bend Business Roundup 5-31-19

    By on May 31, 2019

    Happy Friday, Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: Bend, famously among local nerds, recently and finally expanded its Urban...

  • Bend Business Roundup 3-15-19

    By on March 15, 2019

    Happy Friday, Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: It’s easy sometimes to forget the remarkable size and shear wealth...

  • Bend Business Roundup 3-1-19

    By on March 2, 2019

    Happy Friday, Missed you last week, as our family was afflicted with a couple very sick toddlers (they’re fine...

  • Bend Business Roundup 2-15-19

    By on February 15, 2019

    Happy Friday, Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: Pitchers and catchers have reported for Major League Baseball spring training,...

  • Bend Business Roundup 2-8-19

    By on February 8, 2019

    Happy Friday, Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: Longtime readers know that we sometimes like to remind ourselves that,...

  • Bend Business Roundup 1-18-19

    By on January 18, 2019

    Happy Friday, Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: Back in 1986, Gov. Neil Goldschmidt called Bend “the middle of...

  • Bend Business Roundup 1-11-19

    By on January 11, 2019

    Here’s some stuff you might like. Business: Would you live in 1916 America for $1 billion? An economist reasoned that he...

  • Bend Business Roundup 1-4-19

    By on January 4, 2019

    Your weekly(ish) update on business, law and politics from Bend, Oregon. Business: If you own residential rental property in Oregon...

  • Bend Business Roundup 12-14-18

    By on December 14, 2018

    Your weekly(ish) update on business, law and politics from Bend, Oregon.

     

    Business:

     One quarter (!) of Bend residents are considered “rent-burdened,” which means they spend more than 50% of their income on housing. The city’s Affordable Housing Committee held a hearing this…