Sunnyside City Council Briefs


Council approves increasing parks and rec petty cash

The Sunnyside City Council approved a request Monday night from Parks and Recreation Coordinator Joan Niemeyer to increase the petty cash fund from $200 to $300.

The increase was sought to help the parks and recreation department better conduct financial transactions during the regular business day.

Liquor license renewal requests given OK

The Sunnyside City Council approved five liquor license renewal requests at Monday night's meeting.

The requests for the following establishments received Council approval: Mini Mart & Smoke Shop, 301 South 13th Street; Park-N-Pak, 905 Lincoln Avenue; Washington Hills Cellars, 111 E. Lincoln Avenue; El Mejor Taquetitos, 544 South Sixth Street; and China Grove, 3210 Picard Place.

Council takes no action following executive session

The Sunnyside City Council took no action following an executive session at Monday night's meeting.

The Council met for 30 minutes to discuss potential litigation. Councilwoman Bengie Aguilar excused herself before the start of the executive session for personal reasons.


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