With no formal policy presently on the city’s books, the Mabton City Council last night, Tuesday, approved a returned check policy.
Three churches holding a four-day vacation Bible school in Mabton’s Feezell Park this month will not have to pay a $50 deposit for the park reservation.
With City Attorney Jamie Carmody moving from the Halverson Northwest Law Group to the firm of Meyer, Fluegge and Tenney, the Mabton City Council agreed last night to switch its legal representation to Carmody’s new firm.
Perry Technical Institute will open its doors to prospective students interested in learning more about the school’s training programs at Summer Preview Day on Friday, July 11.
The Grandview City Council this past Tuesday authorized the mayor to sign a local agency federal aid project prospectus and local agency agreement with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) for the Forsell Road sidewalk extension project.
Tuesday, July 8, 2014, at 7 p.m. at Grandview City Hall
Yakima County commissioners on Tuesday of this week approved a revision to the employee leave of absence policy to include two unpaid holidays.
Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services of Sunnyside has been awarded an emergency solutions grant to provide homelessness prevention services to its clients.
Yakima County Commissioners Kevin Bouchey, Rand Elliott and Mike Leita have approved a new contract with the law enforcement officers serving Yakima County residents.
An interagency agreement between the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office and the Washington State Patrol was Tuesday approved by Yakima County commissioners.
The Lower Valley may be sweltering with 90-plus degree temperatures, but the water outlook for irrigators remains strong.
During its monthly meeting this past Tuesday, the SVID Board of Directors approved a bid to repair the Mabton trestle.