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Mill Site Development is the Main Focus of Study Session

The former Yakima mill site along I-82 will be the focus of a study session at Yakima City Hall this morning.

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A Part of Second Ave to be Permanently Closed

YAKIMA, Wash.-- The Yakima City Council gave their final stamp of approval to close a part of Second Avenue.

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City Council Approves New Police Cars

A bunch of new police cars will soon be rolling on Yakima streets.

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Candidate Filing Week Continues Mayor Wants Another Term

A number of candidates are filing for re-election, including Yakima's mayor.

Micah Cawley was born and raised in the area. He first started serving on City Council in 2006 before being appointed Mayor four years later

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Sharing the Cost of Parades has Gone Back to City Council for Further Study

 

The Yakima City Council wants to share the cost of parades and big events downtown but it did not take action on a proposed policy during the council meeting on Tuesday night. Currently the city pays for security and traffic management for all approved events, but under a new proposal those costs would now be shared or paid in full by the event organizers not the city. Cit

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City Wants To Share Costs Of Downtown Events

The Yakima City Council wants to share the cost of parades and big events downtown. Currently the city pays for security and traffic management for all approved events. But under a new proposal those costs would be shared

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Yakima City Council Moving Forword on Downtown and Mill Site Projects

The Yakima City Council took action last night on two issues that could help change the future of downtown and the former mill site along I-82. The council approved an environmental study of the former mill site and entered into a contract with an Oregon company to develop a downtown master plan to help grow the area

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Yakima City Council Imposed a Moratorium on Billboards and Cell Phone Towers

No new cell phone towers or billboards can be built in Yakima for the next 6 months. The Yakima City Council Tuesday imposed a 6 month moratorium after hearing from residents in the Barge Chestnut neighborhood

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Yakima and West Valley Fire Departments Partnership to be Formalized

For years fire departments have worked together to help save lives and that partnership will be re affirmed during the Yakima City Council meeting tonight. The council is expected to approve a mutual or automatic aid agreement with the West Valley Fire Department

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Yakima City Council Seeking Options to Save Money on Housing Prisoners

The Yakima City Council will consider options on how to jail their prisoners. Their contract with Yakima County expires at the end of the year and the council needs to offer direction on which option they would like to pursue

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