By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

City accelerates beautification

Council meetings to remain closed


Last updated 5/13/2021 at 8:33am

Katie Teachout

Public Works Director Dave Breazeale and councilwoman Dede Boyer look over plans designed by Elena McKenzie for beautification of the walkway path at Division and Weber.

RITZVILLE – The city is moving forward with beautification efforts including the walkway path at Division and Weber.

Mayor Linda Kadlec said funds received by Innovia Foundation from the Willard and Patricia Hennings Fund this year will cover $24,255 in expenses for the walkway path; $5,000 for trees at the golf course; and $4,244 for a garden at the library. Additionally, $2,000 is allocated for the Tree Board, $400 went for carpet cleaning at the golf course, and $1,000 is set aside for the city's dump expenses during the city cleanup week of May 23-29.

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