Special Enumclaw council meeting June 29

The city will be discussing the lease of a vacant lot and tent/table purchases.

Photo courtesy the city of Enumclaw

Photo courtesy the city of Enumclaw

A special Enumclaw City Council meeting has been called for the evening of Monday, June 29, at 6 p.m.

The agenda topics include:

• Proposed Lease of Vacant Lot at Myrtle & Cole;

• Purchase of Outdoor Dining Benches;

• Tent Rental for Outdoor Dining;

• and Sundays on Cole Event

City Hall will be closed to the public in order to comply with the Governor’s Proclamation 20-28 and extensions. The meeting may be viewed at ECTV (channel 21) or livestreamed at www.cityofenumclaw.net.




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