From The Star: We could make it all work

From The Star: We could make it all work better – It happens repeatedly in Coulee Country, even when we invent ways to try to get around our biggest road block to progress. In a community with four town councils and four mayors, we’ve needed to find ways, institutions, to make it possible to tackle common problems and goals: hence, the Regional Board of Mayors was born for the purpose of managing our common landfill, now a transfer station….


About Scott Hunter

Editor of The Star newspaper in Grand Coulee, observer of life, history, patterns in things that matter.
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1 Response to From The Star: We could make it all work

  1. Carol says:

    Wow Scott, I was just thinking the other day of a conversation years ago, when the recreation district was being formed, we talked a bit about consolidation. A comment was made about many older citizens having objections and I remember you saying “well when the time comes lets hope we haven’t become them.” I am 66 now and I am definitely NOT “One of them” I still believe that we have spent more than enough years, wasting, money, resources and manpower.
    I bet we could even afford a nice pool (LOL). Seriously, we all use the same fire departments, hospital, schools, businesses Etc. why not consolidate?

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