Housing and public safety led the list of discussion topics Friday during the first day of the Olympia City Council’s annual two-day planning retreat. The retreat is being held at the LOTT board room, 500 Adams St. NE and will continue 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday to discuss better council camaraderie, council committee assignments, and a review of 2016’s economic development highlights. The council also will take a lunchtime walking tour of the downtown core.
Housing and public safety led the list of discussion topics Friday during the first day of the Olympia City Council’s annual two-day planning retreat. The retreat is being held at the LOTT board room, 500 Adams St. NE and will continue 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday to discuss better council camaraderie, council committee assignments, and a review of 2016’s economic development highlights. The council also will take a lunchtime walking tour of the downtown core.
Housing and public safety led the list of discussion topics Friday during the first day of the Olympia City Council’s annual two-day planning retreat. The retreat is being held at the LOTT board room, 500 Adams St. NE and will continue 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday to discuss better council camaraderie, council committee assignments, and a review of 2016’s economic development highlights. The council also will take a lunchtime walking tour of the downtown core.

Housing, public safety at the top of Olympia City Council’s 2017 priorities

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