City of Walla Walla

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Pot, tree clearings debated at AAUW forum

The defining moments were few, with marijuana being one topic that saw a modicum of debate Monday at a local candidates forum at Walla Walla Community College.

City council members to tour Corps’ levee tree removal site

The Walla Walla City Council on Wednesday will hold a special public work session to tour a controversial tree removal project.

Bond sale for new WW pool raises $5.83 million

High interest by investors followed by a low interest rate saved the city thousands at a multimillion-dollar bond sale this week to raise funds for a new Veterans Memorial Pool.

City asks Corps to hold off on levee work

The City Council will formally ask the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to delay cutting down any trees on the Mill Creek levee until furthers studies can be completed.

City aquifer recharge program gets OK

Washington ecology officials have given approval to Walla Walla officials to store drinking water in an underground aquifer, even though the city has been doing it for 16 years.

City hearing examiner OKs pot-grower permits

Two recreational marijuana businesses proposed for the Eastgate area of Walla Walla have received a hearing examiner’s approval for city business permits.

Agenda - Walla Walla City Council - 9/9/15

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Council nixes code exemption for homeless center

With more gavel work in 90 minutes than he said he’s done in two years, Mayor Jerry Cummins brought Wednesday night’s City Council meeting to a close after members dealt a setback to a plan to build a day shelter for the homeless on Pine Street.

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Report breaks down Stopover facts, figures

Attendance numbers for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover festival are now estimated at around 20,000 for both the Friday and Saturday night shows, Parks and Recreation Director Jim Dumont reported to the City Council on Wednesday night.

Agenda - Walla Walla City Council - 8/26/14

Walla Walla City Council

Walla Walla City Council eyes elimination of Isaacs Avenue fee

The Walla Walla City Council will vote Wednesday on removing an Isaacs Avenue latecomers’ assessment and returning $47,404 collected since the fee was established in 2008.


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