CRESWELL PONDERS SOCIAL JUSTICE: Council members pursuing formal statement

Tom Mulhern, executive director of FOOD for Lane County said federal contracting laws require posting “And Justice for all ...” signs. “We are happy to put up the sign,” he said.EMMA ROUTLEY/THE CHRONICLE

CRESWELL — City leaders are taking steps to clarify their views on race, white supremacy and social justice after receiving a letter from a community member prompting the city to take a strong public stance. 

Council on Monday discussed what a resolution that speaks to equity and inclusion would look like in Creswell, and how it might . . .

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