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By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

City hears requests for funding and safety

 

Last updated 7/29/2021 at 9:34am

Katie Teachout

Dolly Blankenship, representing the Ritzville Downtown Development Association, hands out packets of information regarding placing an electronic car charging station downtown to city council members Tuesday, July 20. Pictured, from left, are Mayor Linda Kadlec, council members Mark Weigand, Mike Schrag, and Debbie Chapman, and Public Works Director Dave Breazeale. Scott Yaeger is sitting between the mayor and Weigand.

RITZVILLE – The mayor and city council heard two requests regarding funding and one request concerning public safety at their regular meeting July 20.

During public comment at the beginning of the meeting, city resident Marylu Hudson brought up concerns similar to those expressed at the previous council meeting.

She said she lived in the 200 block of North Jefferson, and was asking the council to "keep an eye on the residential home" located near her, at 315 W. Broadway.

"This has recently been acquired by the Collective Adventure and George Smith," Hudson said. "It is zoned R1 and many...



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