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A couple of notes from the latest meeting of the Twisp Town Council, courtesy of the Methow Valley News:

The town has now added a third working well to its water supply system, after experiencing and solving some problems with commissioning the latest well.

And the town may be closer to getting a new police chief. Mayor Soo Ing-Moody said the town has had one inquiry about its open police chief position. The town is being assisted in its search through a contract with the Washington Association of Police Chiefs and Sheriffs. Right now, the town has no police officers and has contracted with the Okanogan County Sheriff’s Office for coverage on a per-call basis.

Okanogan County Sheriff Paul Budrow, attending the meeting remotely, said he is looking into ways to address complaints about speeding through town on Highway 20, including installation of radar equipment.

More on the Twisp Town Council meeting at methowvalleynews-dot-com.

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