The city of Grandview’s travel policy was amended in response to a state auditor’s recommendation.
A contract between the city of Grandview and Land-use Hearing Examiner Gary M. Cuillier was renewed at Tuesday’s Grandview City Council meeting.
A loan to replace the city of Sunnyside’s aging phone system was approved by the city council this past Monday night.
Sunnyside Mayor Jim Restucci made two appointments to boards and commissions at Monday night’s council meeting.
The Sunnyside City Council workshop meeting for Monday, Jan. 5, has been canceled due to a lack of agenda items.
With the new downtown core nearly finished, city officials are reminding skateboarders that skateboarding downtown is still prohibited.
In action this past Monday, Port of Sunnyside commissioners renewed four leases for 2015.
In action last Monday, Port of Sunnyside commissioners agreed to maintain the same officers for 2015. Jim Grubenhoff will remain president, Jeff Matson vice president and Arnold Martin secretary.
The Sunnyside Museum will be open additional hours during the holiday season.
“The Bottom of the Lake,” a one-act play by Steven Stack, will be presented by the Grandview High School Drama Department from Dec. 11 to Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. at Smith Elementary School (205 Fir St.) in Grandview.
The Nouvella Club will be meeting on Thursday, Dec. 18, for its annual Christmas tea at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Sunnyside.
Due to improved air quality in the Lower Yakima Valley, the stage 2 burn ban has been lifted as of Tuesday, Dec. 9.
Looking ahead to 2015, Port of Sunnyside commissioners on Monday night approved their meeting schedule for next year.