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The council also discussed how it should fund youth services — specifically, the Enumclaw Youth Center, run by the YMCA.
Additionally, the pool has raised its rates for swimmers, part of a three-year plan to increase rates 28 percent.
A recap of the Dec. 15 incident.
Eli Murphy modified a rideable electric toy car for a 3-year-old with physical and speech disabilities.
The virtual play will be hosted Dec. 17, 18 and 19 at 7 p.m.
A new public parking lot may become available to Enumclaw residents and visitors with the help of the ThunderDome Car Museum.
Main Street will be closed Fridays at 4 p.m. until 7 a.m. Monday.
Natural gas and garbage disposal services received a bump in rates.
Unfortunately, the construction of the pedestrian bridge that will cross the White River has been delayed to 2023.
Winter sports are scheduled to begin with practices on Feb. 1.
Residents can look forward to work being done on River Avenue and a new athletic court.
Many teachers and parents saw flaws in the plan for students to return to school after Thanksgiving, just to have them go on winter holiday a few weeks later.
It seems likely natural gas and waste disposal prices will be increasing.
The passes closed a bit earlier this year due to snowfall.
The proposed rate is $10.83 per $1,000 in assessed value.
Enumclaw’s youngest students can plan to be back in their classrooms twice a week after Thanksgiving.
“We were at historic low levels of unemployment,” he told the council, “and in just a couple of weeks we were into depression-era level unemployment.”
“This year I am recommending that we approach our city’s budget with caution,” the mayor’s budget message reads.
A quick tour of the new trail along Battersby Avenue.
The Youth Center hasn’t been open to the public until recently due to the pandemic, although it received $70,000 from the city at the beginning of 2020 to offer services.