- Editor’s note: With state and local governments facing lay-offs, service-cuts, and a halt to projects, why has the Yelm city council and city residents not been provided any information and a plan for how city hall will handle “Financial Doomsday?”
- Last week, Yelm posted an opening for a Utility Clerk,
- Yet should the city freeze hiring to conserve cash?
- Why is Yelm preparing on a business-as-usual basis amidst a budget crisis?
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“Financial doomsday: State, local governments face layoffs, service cuts, projects derailed“ – “The coronavirus crisis “will be even worse than the Great Recession by a factor of at least two,” one mayor said.” Where is Yelm’s COVID-10 plan with a large revenue loss?
Reuter’s reporter’s notebook: “I Went to Sunday’s Anti-Lockdown Rally in Olympia and We Are So Fucked“
Gov. Inslee stands ground on stay-at-home order – as House Republican Leader Rep. J.T. Wilcox (R-Yelm) expressed disappointment