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Auburn City Council Approves APOA Contract

The Auburn city Council is in session tonight (Monday august 26th) and an agreement between the city and the Auburn Police Officers association (APOA) is on the agenda. The APOA has been working without a contract for over a year. The new contract is said to be similar to the Sgts contract recently approved by the city.

Also on the agenda is the ordinance around the naming of streets in the city. A fee will be established and applications for alternate street names will be available to citizens who may want to name a street in honor of a Historic Auburn resident or long time resident.

The City Manger will present a video meant to enhance the city’s relationship with local homeless service providers to work toward solving the homeless issues and by motion authorize the expenditure of less than $2500 to create educational materials.

The Auburn City Council meets in council chambers in city hall at 1225 Lincoln way in Auburn tonight at 6pm.


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