Pasco City Council hires Issaquah company

By The Tri-City HeraldMarch 21, 2014 

The Pasco City Council hired The Prothman Company of Issaquah to conduct a search for a new city manager this week. City Manager Gary Crutchfield plans to retire in June after 30 years in the job. Prothman will be paid $19,500.

The council also approved a special permit to put a health clinic for Pasco School District students at Ochoa Middle School. White said the clinic is part of a federal program to help children in areas with large numbers of low income and uninsured families. It will provide sports physicals and examinations, as well as monitoring major diseases.

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