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Sunnyside City Council Briefs

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Council takes no action following executive session

The Sunnyside City Council met for about 10 minutes in executive session to discuss land acquisition this past Monday night.

Council took no formal action following the executive session.

Council approves mayor's appointments

At Monday night's meeting, Sunnyside City Council members formally approved three appointments of Mayor Ed Prilucik.

Two of the mayor's appointments were for positions on the Sunnyside Planning Commission. The other appointment was for a spot on the Sunnyside Housing Authority Board of Commissioners.

Council approved the appointment of Elizabeth Raab to the Sunnyside Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. She is scheduled to serve a five-year term, which will expire on Sept. 7, 2009. Raab was first appointed to the board in September 2000.

Council also approved the appointments of Theresa Hancock and Ken Bierlink to the planning commission. Hancock's term will expire on April 17, 2005. Bierlink's term is set to expire on Jan. 15, 2008.

Beautification awards to be presented Sept. 27

One of the items on a so far short agenda for the Monday, Sept. 27, Sunnyside City Council meeting is the presentation of the community beautification awards.

Council will also consider surplusing 96 bicycles. Also coming before Council will be several liquor license renewals. Council may also be holding an executive session.

Housing fair to be held Oct. 24

Sunnyside City Councilwoman Bengie Aguilar reminded her fellow Council members Monday night that there will be a housing fair going on at St. Joseph's Catholic Church Oct. 24.

Aguilar said there will be information at the housing fair that helps people learn more about owning their own home.

Councilwoman wants problems looked into at community center

This past Monday night, Sunnyside City Councilwoman Bengie Aguilar enlightened the rest of the Council on some problems at the Sunnyside Community Center.

Aguilar said the baseboard in the entryway of the community center is coming off. She said she also understands there are problems with water leaks that are affecting the foundation of the building.

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