From The Star: What is too big for Elect

From The Star: What is too big for Electric City buildings? – Electric City is asking residents to make their wishes known on the size of “accessory” buildings at a public work session, Tuesday, April 29, beginning at 7 p.m., at city hall. Mayor Jerry Sands stated this week that if the attendance at the planning commission meeting is large enough it would be moved to the fire station. The current size limit of “accessory” buildings in Electric City,… http://ow.ly/2FY3Np

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From The Star: Chamber to seek more tour

From The Star: Chamber to seek more tourism advertising funds http://ow.ly/2FY3Nn

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From The Star: Egg rush – A girl pounces

From The Star: Egg rush – A girl pounces on one of 2,500 colored plastic eggs left on the athletic field at Grand Coulee Dam Middle School for the Lions Club annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday. Winners of special prizes are on page 4. More photos are online at grandcoulee.com. – Scott Hunter… http://ow.ly/2FY3No

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Yakima Herald Republic | Town receives h

Yakima Herald Republic | Town receives hand in effort to restore transparency http://ow.ly/vUIxb

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A tree planted for Arbor Day – The Star

A tree planted for Arbor Day – The Star http://ow.ly/vTXeC

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From The Star: Towns splitting on wastew

From The Star: Towns splitting on wastewater plant question – Two towns, Coulee Dam and Elmer City, linked together by wastewater treatment issues, plan to go it alone in seeking an alternative analysis to determine how to proceed with a treatment plant plan. Elmer City, moments before the town council met last Thursday, received word from Indian Health Services that the agency plans to fund $27,600 of a feasibility study in regard to wastewater treatment…. http://ow.ly/2FJpQH

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From The Star: Daycare, bus garage zonin

From The Star: Daycare, bus garage zoning in – Grand Coulee decided Tuesday night to move forward on zoning changes that will permit seniors to build a garage for their two buses, and allow the development of a daycare center, all in the central business district. The council held a public hearing on the zoning changes Tuesday night and two individuals spoke favorable on the changes. Charles Long, representing the Grand Coulee Dam Senior… http://ow.ly/2FJpQG

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