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We've mentioned that the new buoys have been placed in Lake Chelan in the last couple of days, you might note that the buoys are further out than they were in the past. Chelan City Adminsitrator Wade Farris explains:

Farris says he'll check with the Sheriff's office about parking, particularly on the south shore near Lakeside Park, with people parking their vehicles on the sides of the highway, where they're not supposed to park.

We told you last week about the issues with garbage trucks the city has been having, Farris says things are looking better on that front:

Farris also says some strides have been made in billing for building permits:

Farris mentioned that permit applications have decreased, something that's expected with the higher interest rates and construction costs. The good news, he says, is that sales tax revenues are up.

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