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It was a fairly short Chelan City Council workshop Tuesday afternoon, one where the council approved an agreement for a consultant to help City Clerk Peri Galluci with records management.

The city has been working on digitizing its records since 2019, and has resulted in thousands of documents being uploaded to the city's public documents portal, as well as to the State Archives. But there are still thousands of documents to go, and Galucci says dealing with public records requests takes up a lot of her time:

Megan Gregor is the consultant the city is contracting with; she'll be in Chelan later this month to assist Galucci and the city staff.

The council also heard how negotiations are going with junior taxing districts regarding Tax Increment Financing mitigation, and how much the city would pay the districts if they are financially impacted by the TIF which the council voted to move forward with back in May. Community Development Director John Ajax:

You'll remember that the council voted to go ahead with TIF only if the could come to a mitigation agreement with the junior taxing districts by the end of the year.

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