Mayor's Office

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The City of East Wenatchee is led by an elected Mayor and City Council. The Mayor’s Office includes the Mayor and an Executive Secretary.


Serving as the highest elected official in the municipal government, the Mayor holds administrative authority, including veto power. As such, the Mayor provides the necessary leadership and direction to implement the goals and strategies of the City. East Wenatchee’s Mayor takes a proactive approach to representing our area to other local governments, regional organizations and federal and state representatives.

Mayor's Report January 10, 2017

January 10, 2017

Post Date:02/07/2017 9:48 a.m.


Mayor Lacy reviewed the 2017 Council Assignments

Council Action:  A motion was made by Councilmember Barnhart, seconded by Councilmember Crawford to nominate Councilmember Detering for Mayor Pro-Tem, motion carried 6-0.

Councilmember Johnson will be the Alternate Mayor Pro-Tem

The 2017 Budget Committee representatives will be Councilmember’s Raab, Crawford and Barnhart.

Planner Barnett briefly explained that Our Valley Our Future would like to meet with the City of Wenatchee and East Wenatchee jointly as lead partners for the organization to present a brief overview of the Action Plan for 2017 - 2021.   She indicated that she would like to invite the Planning Commissions from both Cities to attend as well. There was a discussion on the requested date for the joint meeting in January.  Council asked staff to check on another date for the presentation because three councilmember’s will be absent for the January 24th Council Meeting.

Mayor Lacy gave a brief overview on the bargaining progress with Local 846.  Negotiations are still underway.


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