Sunnyside City Council Briefs


Councilmen miss meeting

Sunnyside City Councilmen Paul Garcia and Jim Restucci were absent from this past Monday night's Council meeting.

Garcia had received an excused absence at a prior meeting. Restucci was granted an excused absence by Council Monday night, as he cited a need to miss the meeting because of work-related issues.

Liquor license renewals OK'd

The Sunnyside City Council approved several liquor license renewal requests at this past Monday night's meeting as part of the consent agenda.

The lone Council member to vote against approving the consent agenda items was Bruce Ricks.

The following liquor license renewal requests were approved by Council: Fraternal Order of Eagles, 100 East South Hill Road; Golden Pheasant Restaurant, 632 Edison Avenue E.; North Avenue Market, 701 North Avenue; Snipes Mountain Brewing, 905 Yakima Valley Highway; Sunnyside Chevron, 1805 South First Street; 16th Street Market, 1121 South 16th Street; and Wal-Mart Supercenter #2241, 2675 East Lincoln Avenue.

Monthly bills total $420,196

The coffers for the City of Sunnyside are more than $400,000 lighter after Monday night.

The Sunnyside City Council approved the payment of $420,196 for monthly bills and salaries at Monday night's meeting.

The public may view the payment vouchers in the finance department at city hall.

Several items scheduled for

June 27 meeting

There will be numerous items before the Sunnyside City Council at its Monday, June 27, meeting.

Among the items Council will be discussing include a possible resolution for equipment bids and entering into an agreement for work on the wastewater treatment plant. Council will also be discussing possibly entering into a development agreement with the Sunnyside School District in regards to the area along Washout Road where the new Sierra Vista Middle School is going to be built. Council will also be considering street closures for the Fourth of July celebration and discussing the city's urban growth boundaries. Council also be discussing possible downtown street closures for a Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce sponsored 3-on-3 basketball tournament July 23-24.


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