Banks City Hall. Photo: Brenda Schaffer
It was a light agenda at the most recent Banks city council meeting held Tuesday, October 13 via the video chat platform Zoom.
After an executive session held at 6 p.m., which is not open to the public and the proceedings of which cannot be reported under state law, the council moved to a work session, discussing a $1,500 contribution, an amount in line with previous year’s contribution to the Family Justice Center of Washington County.
Shortly after, the formal Banks City Council meeting was gavelled in by Mayor Pete Edison.
During the meeting, Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputy Frank Ward, one of two officers assigned to . . .
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