The contract with Blue Mountain Heart to Heart will provide medical and case management services to inmates discharged from jail, as well as services to those who are still incarcerated.
Throughout the budgeting process this fall, residents will have opportunities to comment. Currently, those dates are Oct. 28, Nov. 4, Nov. 9 and Nov. 18.
Eligible businesses must operate in the city of Walla Walla and have anywhere from 0 to 50 employees. Applicants have one week to apply.
County Commissioner Jim Johnson confirmed Meghan DeBolt’s departure, noting that it is a personnel issue and he can say “very little” at this time.
In July, the county announced it would reduce the non-emergency services it provides to the city — such as animal complaints — until a new deal could be reached.
The Elliott Memorial Park in Weston got fancy new appliances and more on Monday, after more than a year of work by the city's Parks and Recreation Commission.
The new section of road will intersect with Taggart Road and Highway 12 to straighten out Taggart Road and improve safety on the eastern edge of the city.
City Attorney Tim Donaldson gave a presentation Monday saying that a tattoo policy banning offensive tattoos for public employment is ill-advised.
It’s a step the leaders are taking to ensure they’ll be able to get future funding for projects that help reduce the seriousness or severity of such disasters.