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By Jim Fisher
For The Sentinel 

City reviews budget and disapproval of active shooter exercise


The Goldendale city council met Monday night to talk budgets, burglaries, and brush-trucks. Other discussion ranged from interstate signage to long-lost underground fuel tanks.

Fire Chief Noah Halm announced that the department has plans to burn down two houses on Baker Street, near the confluence of West Darland and Railroad Avenue, in training exercises on Oct. 28 and Nov. 3. The buildings had been slated for destruction earlier in the year, but an inspection revealed that at least one of them contained asbestos. The training was postponed in order to facilitate the carcinogen’s safe removal by professionals. In other fire department news, the long-awaited new brush truck is expected...

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