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Gearhart mayor recall election results expected tonight
As of this morning, at total of 464 ballots, or 50.16 percent, were received out of 925 eligible voters.

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Clerk’s office receiving ballots for Gearhart election
Clerk’s office receiving ballots for Gearhart election
More than 20 percent of eligible Gearhart voters have turned in their ballots for the March 26 Special Recall Election.
Timber project raises concerns about public process
Timber project raises concerns about public process
The city is moving ahead with its timber harvesting project despite a request from the North Coast Land Conservancy to pause the work and have a discussion about the best options.
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year!
Primary students at Gearhart Elementary School celebrated Chinese New Year with a parade.
Guest Column: The Gearhart recall decision
Guest Column: The Gearhart recall decision
Dianne Widdop re Geahart recall election
Locals show support for medical marijuana dispensaries
Locals show support for medical marijuana dispensaries
The Seaside Planning Commission took public testimony on potential zoning and use restrictions for medical marijuana dispensaries.
Gearhart recall election scheduled for March 26
Gearhart recall election scheduled for March 26
A special election has been scheduled for March 26 that will give Gearhart voters the option to remove Mayor Dianne Widdop from office.
City questioned on public works project
City questioned on public works project
Seaside City Council approved a loan of up to $800,000 to pay for a project that already has started and was single-sourced to a contractor from California.
Statements made by petitioners, mayor
Chief petitioner Harold Gable filed a statement with the Clatsop County Elections Office giving the reason to recall Gearhart Mayor Dianne Widdop. Widdop filed a response.
Seaside businesses object to proposed sales tax
Seaside businesses object to proposed sales tax
Business operators say they may have to close their doors if a proposed sales tax is imposed in Seaside to pay for the expansion of the Seaside Civic and Convention Center.
Culinary students scramble to prepare Brewers Dinner
Culinary students scramble to prepare Brewers Dinner
Seaside High School's culinary students will prepare a five-course meal for the Brewer's Dinner March 6, the night before Pouring at the Coast, a craft beer festival.