The Yakima City Council passed a 2014 budget that included more money for roads and downtown events, and also provided $100,000 for the Yakima Trolleys at its meeting on Tuesday night. The council also voted to uphold the city's ban on pit bull dogs within Yakima city limits by a 6-1 vote.
The calendar is full of family fun holiday festivities this December in Downtown Yakima.
On Friday, December 6th Yakima's Community Christmas tree will serve as the centerpiece during a free Light Up the Plaza celebration
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