For one NCW community, water issues don’t stem from Mother Nature’s variable behavior this year, but from man-made infrastructure. Water rates for residents of Brewster will increase to pay for three new water tanks. Dan Langager reports.
Linda Haglund, Executive Director of the Wenatchee Downtown Association, joins Clint in the KOHO studio to talk housing - the lack of rentals throughout Wenatchee, opening up new spaces downtown and the allure of living downtown.
Next Monday mushroom hunting permits go on sale for commercial harvesting of mushrooms from the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Permits will be sold at local ranger stations and the forest headquarters office. Hunting for personal use is free.
With tax day right around the corner, some of you may be feverishly working to get them filed by next Wednesday. Arriving in your mailboxes this week is a ballot asking you how local governments should spend those tax dollars. Dan Langager reports.
Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz swings by the KOHO studio for his weekly visit to talk Convention Center renovations - including retiring the famous brush artwork, recap 2014 finances at the Town Toyota Center and additions to the city's Code Enforcement Board.