Pateros council schedules street vacation hearings

PATEROS – The city council has scheduled public hearings in council chambers at 6 p.m. on Sept. 18 for public input on proposals to vacate portions of three roads, avenues or alleys within the city limits.
• Resolution 2017-36 calls for the vacation of portions of Beach Street and Cemetery Road.
• Resolution2017-37 proposes to vacate portions of Warren Avenue.
• Resolution 2017-39 vacates the alley between Warren Avenue and Ives Street accessed from Florence Street.
Council also approved Resolution 2017-38, an Interlocal Reimbursement Agreement with Okanogan County. The agreement states that the city will pay the county for any repairs the county makes within the city and the county, in turn, will pay the city for any repairs the city makes in the county.
At its regular meeting on August 21, city administrator Jord Wilson advised council of receipt of agreements from Okanogan PUD and the Washington Transportation Improvement Board for the city’s Re-light Project.
“The Okanogan PUD started the project in Oroville and will working down the county toward Pateros,” Wilson said.
At a special council meeting, August 31, members approved a change order in the Ives Landing Park landscaping contract awarded to Wilson and Wilson of Pateros last July. The initial contract for $34,754.15 was amended to add $7,333.84 for a tent camping area that was not included in the original bid.
Council also voted to authorize completion of Ives Landing Park and address a budget amendment concerning those final costs at its Sept. 18 meeting.
The new restroom and shower house for Ives Landing was delivered and opened to the public on August 11.

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