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A light for security

Jerry Sands and Paulette Webley requested that a street light be placed on a pole in the alley near the Grand Coulee Veterinary Clinic.

Sands’ letter noted that several of his storage units had been broken into, and Webley had the same problem with her units. Sands said, it “may help keep the thieves away.”

The Grand Council City Council approved the request, and Sands will pay for the power used.

Golf cart request

Dale Baty, owner of Center Lodge Motel, asked Grand Coulee Council if they would look at allowing golf carts to function in the city. He noted that Electric City has done this and not encountered any problems. He provided a copy of Electric City’s ordinance to council members.

Mayor earns

leadership certificate

Coulee Dam Mayor Greg Wilder recently received a “Certificate of Municipal Leadership” from the Association of Washington Cities after completing over 30 hours of training to earn the distinction, the town said in a press release.

The CML program is designed to enhance the ability of elected municipal officials by providing knowledge and skills to effectively operate within the law, plan for the future, secure and manage funds and foster community and staff relationships.

Few tickets left

The chamber of commerce reported that it had only 9 tickets yet to be sold for its Dec. 3 Vintners and Brewers Tasting and Auction planned for the Coulee Dam Town Hall Community Room. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the limited amount of tickets are available at the Grand Coulee Dam Area Chamber of Commerce office in Grand Coulee.

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