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Monday, 15th October 2018
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Avista gas line replacement in Pullman has been announced. The work is scheduled to begin in April and be completed in October.

At their regular meeting of Tuesday, August 28, City Council adopted their 2018-19 slate of strategic priorities and goals

The Mayor and City Council received input from residents, businesses, and other civic groups to help inform their planning strategy. Groups, such as the Town-Gown Collaborative (an initiative started between Mayor Johnson and President Schulz), Pullman 2040, and the Pullman Downtown Association have helped to provide input in the goal-setting process.

The goals, which fall under the priorities, are a mix of short-, medium- and long-term items that the Mayor and City Council have determined are focus areas of city personnel and community partners to support and develop work plans and deliverables.

In order to better plan for long-range projects, the city of Pullman is moving to a biennial budget. Public hearings on the proposed biennial 2019-20 city budget will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays, October 2 and 30 and November 13 in the city council chambers as part of the regular city council meetings. Also on October 30, the mayor will present his annual budget message. The final 2019-20 biennial budget will be adopted at a regular city council meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 27. The public is welcome and encouraged to attend these informative meetings or to view them live on the city web site at under City Council Video, Live Webcast, or by watching the archived meeting recordings.



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