After months of public comments, the council finally decided on an ordinance with a maximum lot coverage of 60% rather than 75% as recommended by the planning commission.
Among other protections, the council will consider restricting no-cause evictions and banning application and screening fees. Read moreEugene City Council considers renter protection measures
Staff of UO’s dining halls amp up hiring efforts with incentives amid a student employee shortage. Remaining employees said the shortage makes work stressful and that UO needs to increase their pay to attract more workers. Read moreUO’s dining halls grapple with a shortage of student employees
Three small fires were intentionally lit in the basement area of Hamilton Hall. Read moreNo injuries reported following Hamilton fires
The University of Oregon is tearing down Hamilton and Walton Halls in favor of new construction projects. This change raises the minimum cost of on campus living expenses for students Read moreUnthank Hall brings newer, more expensive housing options to campus
On the heels of sweeping statewide housing legislation, affordable housing initiatives arrive in Eugene. The proposals bring both hope and controversy over downtown development Read moreEugene prepares for new age in affordable housing
UO graduate employees hold a second rally to protest lease non-renewals in the Graduate Village on June 21 Read moreGraduate students protest lease non-renewals