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November 22, 2017
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1119 Meade Ave. 786-7787
613 7th Street
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-1711
Prosser City Council
Rep. Terry Nealey
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Letters to the Editor
Prosser City Council
Rep. Terry Nealey
Prosser City Council
Mayor and City Council heard from Chris Cisneros, Interim Director, and Jeff Morgan, Program Director, of the Prosser Boys and Girls Club and their quarterly report.
A number of public comments were received by the Benton County Board of Commissioners dealing with concerns about the compatibility of state licensed marijuana production and processing facilities having existing uses in certain identified zoning districts.
The Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council released its quarterly state revenue forecast today.
The Washington Service Corps and the Washington Reading Corps need people who can commit six months to making a difference.
 It's a law of physics. The colder it gets outside, the more energy it takes to keep your house warm. No one can change that basic equation, but with forecasters predicting a colder than average winter blowing our way, these are steps you can take to keep energy bills from giving you the chills.