Posts Tagged ‘Downtown Wenatchee’

Wenatchee Land Usage, Availability with Mayor Frank Kuntz

Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about several land-use issues in the city right now – annexations in west Wenatchee between Springwater Ave. and Maple Streets, plans for more north-south road connections in that area, public concerns about building in the foothills and the property downtown at…

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Wenatchee Library Temporarily Moving Downtown During $1.5 Million Remodel

Wenatchee Public Library will move into a temporary downtown location for one year while the existing library undergoes a $1.5 million remodel. North Central Regional Library signed a lease last week with Wenatchee Downtown Investments for the old Seafirst Bank building at the corner of Orondo and Wenatchee Avenues. The library will begin moving into…

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Wenatchee City Council Delays New Cryptocurrency Zoning, Noise Rules

The Wenatchee city council earlier this month chose not to pass new cryptocurrency rules suggested by staff in the community development department. Council members pointed to issues like allowing such miners in the downtown business core and the level of noise created by the machines. Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning…

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New Venues Make For Biggest First Friday Art Walk To Hit Downtown Wenatchee

Kasey Koski, Exhibits Curator at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, swings by the KOHO studio to talk about First Friday events tonight throughout downtown Wenatchee, featuring the largest number of venues they’ve ever had for the art walk, including Beauty of Bronze at the Museum, new venues Gypsy Lotus and Designer Floors, regulars like Mela and…

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Several Developments in Wenatchee Should Help Housing Shortage, Mayor Says

Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins Dan Langager on the KOHO Morning Show to talk about the ongoing housing shortage in the city. They discuss apartments under construction now and the possibility for more downtown, housing developments along 5th Street and above Western Ave. and Springwater, possibly rezoning some areas to accommodate more mixed-use development and…

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