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The non-invasive technology can measure the condition of a sewage pipe, said Kevin Gardes, councilmember and Pullman public works director.

Councilmembers propose use of raw sewage technology

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 29, 2020

Councilmembers discussed reducing possible exposure to COVID-19  from raw sewage by using non-invasive technology during a city council meeting on Tuesday.  The technology can measure the condition...

Pullman City Council can declare a need for the tax increase partly caused by the city's economic pitfall because of COVID-19. The city hopes to see increased revenue from several construction projects, even if the property tax does not go up, said Mike Urban, Pullman director of finance and administrative services. 

Councilmembers to consider property tax increase following drop in city revenue

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter October 21, 2020

The Pullman City Council will decide on a possible property tax increase in November when the council adopts its 2021 tax levy.  If the council increases the property tax by the state-designated 1...

Pullman City councilmembers approved thousands of dollars in public works projects during a meeting Tuesday night.

City council supports police issuing tickets to COVID-19 partygoers

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter September 16, 2020

Pullman City Council unanimously approved higher penalties for violating public health orders in an attempt to mitigate the recent COVID-19 spike in the city during a virtual meeting Tuesday night. Pullman...

Pullman City Hall now has solar panels installed on its roof. The panels are estimated to last for more than 30 years.

Installment of solar panels to save city $10,000 a year

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter August 25, 2020

The City of Pullman finished the installment of solar panels for the new City Hall and Parks, Facilities and Recreation building in downtown. Kevin Gardes, City of Pullman public works director, said...

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