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Muffet Continues Fight With City On Strip Club

Jamie Muffet and the fight over a proposed strip club in Yakima are back in the spotlight.  Muffet is suing the city of Yakima for not allowing him to open the club on south first street in 2010

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City Council Imposes Six Month Moratorium on Adult Businesses

Yakima City Council put in place an six-month moratorium on the applications process for locating adult businesses within city limits. The city council adopted the emergency ban following an executive session during their regular meeting

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City Council to Move on Two Major Street Projects

The Yakima City Council is looking to move into action tonight, continuing work on two major street projects.

Yakima City Council members will be asked to approve and adopt H Street as the route for the east-west corridor, which would eventually link Terrace Heights across a new Yakima River bridge to north 40th Avenue

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Yakima Police to Get New Radios, Communications Equipment

Emergency communication will see a major upgrade after the Yakima City Council recently authorized spending $500,000 on new police radio equipment. Communications Manager Wayne Wantland says the money comes from a city utility tax increase that will eventually fund the hiring of 12 new po

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Tony O’Rourke to be Sworn in as Yakima City Manager

New Yakima City Manager Tony O'Rourke is expected to take the oath of office during an early Yakima city council meeting this morning. The city will hold its regular agenda meeting at 10 a.m

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Michael Morales Honored by Yakima City Council

The Yakima City Council honored interim City Manager Michael Morales at his last council meeting yesterday. Morales was honored for his 15 years of service to the city. He started working for the city in 1997 as a grant writer and most recently he was serving as the interim city manager

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Micheal Morales Resigns As Assistant City Manager

Michael Morales, who has worked for the City of Yakima in various capacities over the past 15 years, including as interim city manager since January of this year, has submitted his resignation to the City Council effective Friday, June 29th

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Opening Ceremonies For Lincoln Avenue Underpass

It’s finally finished and a dedication ceremony for the Lincoln Avenue underpass will be held May 24 at 11:15 a.m. Local, state and federal officials, representatives from the Yakima business community, and other project partners have been invited to attend the dedication

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O’Rourke Will Ask The Voters About Car Tab Fees

Voters could be asked in November to increase car tabs $20 to pay for street repairs. Instead of placing the issue on the November ballot, the City Council decided to hold off and wait for new Yakima City Manag

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New Sculpture For Downtown Yakima

The Yakima Arts Giving Circle is pleased to announce the selection of a new sculpture to be located on the corner of Yakima Avenue and Second Street. The Yakima Arts Commission has approved the location and is recommending to the Yakima City Council that the city accept the sculpture

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