Sunnyside City Council Briefs


Council holds off on renewing liquor license

The Sunnyside City Council Monday night opted to hold off on approving a liquor license renewal request.

Mayor Ed Prilucik said Council needs more information on a liquor license renewal request from Ricos Tacos Guadalajara, 809 Yakima Valley Highway, before it could grant its approval.

Council did grant the liquor license renewal requests from Playa Azul Sports Bar, 627 East Edison Avenue; Mariscos Playa Azul Restaurant, 633 East Edison Avenue; and El Senor Camaron, 1501 Yakima Valley Highway.

Council to begin collective bargaining process with police guild

Sunnyside City Manager Bob Stockwell informed the City Council Monday night that the Sunnyside Police Officers Guild had contacted him to begin contract negotiations for 2005.

Stockwell said he wanted to meet with Council in executive session to discuss the initial strategy the city is taking in contract negotiations. Council did meet in executive session on Monday night to discuss the initial strategy the city will be taking in contract negotiations, but released no details.

The city and the police guild are scheduled to hold their first talks on Tuesday, Nov. 16.

Under an ordinance the City Council adopted earlier this year, the city will release all details of collective bargaining sessions with city employees' unions to the public in open session with the exception of the initial strategy discussion.


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