East Bethel

Set to make a decision at its July 16 meeting about whether a dog should be deemed dangerous, the East Bethel City Council took no action after learning the owner had surrendered the animal to a rescue shelter.

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Poised at its June 18 meeting to approve the 2015-2019 Streets Capital Improvement Program, the East Bethel City Council said no to a plan for routing traffic from the Classic Commercial Park to Jackson Street Northeast. The park needs a second point of access to alleviate traffic-stacking issues, and the proposed project for 2015 includes completion of Buchanan Street Northeast and 189th Avenue Northeast to reach Jackson.

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The East Bethel City Council decided June 18 to postpone discussions on whether East Bethel should allow chickens to be kept on properties within city limits. The talk began at the last regular meeting amid concerns about making a quick decision that affects many citizens.

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