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Saturday, 19th January 2019
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At their regular meeting of Tuesday, August 28, 2018 City Council adopted their 2018-19 slate of strategic priorities and goals

The Mayor and City Council received input from residents, businesses, and other civic groups to help inform their planning strategy. Groups, such as the Town-Gown Collaborative (an initiative started between Mayor Johnson and President Schulz), Pullman 2040, and the Pullman Downtown Association have helped to provide input in the goal-setting process.

The goals, which fall under the priorities, are a mix of short-, medium- and long-term items that the Mayor and City Council have determined are focus areas of city personnel and community partners to support and develop work plans and deliverables.

The city of Pullman is currently seeking families to host members of a visiting youth delegation from Pullman's sister city (Kasai, Japan) Saturday, March 23 through Thursday, March 28, 2019.

We are hoping to match hosts with guests as soon as possible so that they can reach out to each other ahead of the visit.

Student visitors will spend the school days at Lincoln Middle School, and the weekend and evenings with their host families.

This is a wonderful opportunity for hosts and visitors to share cultures, experience new worlds, and meet new people. Please email Michol Ann Jensen for more information! Lincoln Middle School families preferred, but not required.

For information about the city's snow and ice control program including priority one streets for snow clearance, go to .



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