It’s all about the library in this episode of the Canby Now Podcast. We take a look at the fascinating history of library services in town, which, more often than not, has been led by the ladies, like the Canby Women’s Civic Club and longtime librarian Ora Lee Cattley.
Then, we visit the former library on Holly Street with Canby Economic Development Director Jamie Stickel, where she tells about the city’s hopes and dreams for the downtown destination. We wrap with the first of our Soapbox series looking at the statewide ballot measures in the upcoming midterm election (Measure 102).
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