Parking Meters and other ideas to help curb panhandling are working their way to the Yakima City Council. A total of 12 'giving meters' are suggested as a pilot program, to be installed in downtown Yakima. The goal is to reduce panhandling. People can put money into these meters, and it will go directly toward organizations that provide services to the homeless population. The proposal goes through the Public Safety Committee on Friday.
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The Yakima Valley has always supported members of the military that hail from our region. Last night at the Yakima Armory 20 young men and women took their oath of service from Lt. Col Osteen of the Yakima Training Center
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