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By Garth Meyer
Gazette Reporter 

County parks targets three big projects in 2019


January 3, 2019

Signage directs hikers to a detour trail to bypass the aging trestle bridge.

The new year for Whitman County Parks started with new board members and three large projects set for 2019.

In early December, Angela Taylor, a Pullman engineer, replaced Parks board member Tom Stirling, who resigned after four years.

Kathy Meyer also finished in December after serving a six-year term.

Sharon Tharp of Palouse has completed a six-year term, vacating a seat that is expected to be taken by Brian Bell of the Whitman Conservation District.

When the park board approves a new member, their vote then goes to county commissioners for confirmation.

No time frame is set to fill the...

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