In Brief: City of Lewiston Redesigning Downtown Streets | Crime
Community input is needed for a downtown Lewiston revitalization. City planners are creating blueprints that will change the appearance and function of 1st and 5th.
Changes will create a gateway to the community and provide improved access to future development at the Twin City Foods property near the Levee Bypass.
This is the opportunity for residents to throw in their “Christmas Wishlist” for the upcoming plans. Maybe you’d like to see bicycle lanes, public art or better configuration for parking lots.
To share your input, you can attend the Thursday, October 27th public meeting from 4-6 p.m. at the Bell Building, located at 215 D St.
For more information, view the details online at Downtown Lewiston Streetscape.
Continued: Drug Drop-Off and Lewiston Police
Asotin County Residents Can Drop Off Unused Medications
Asotin County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a drug take-back opportunity this Saturday, October 29th. The program offers a way for citizens to properly dispose of prescription medications.
Unused medications are often thrown into the trash or flushed down the toilet, both of those options are potential safety and health hazards.
This is the recommended option. The service is free and anonymous. Syringes and biohazards will not be accepted.
You can drop them off at the Asotin County Health District, located at 431 Elm St. in Clarkston between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Lewiston Police Retiring Their Faxed Press Releases
“The Lewiston Police Department will be distributing press releases by email and no longer faxing them. Please reply to this email to confirm that I have the correct email for you or your business. Thank you.”
(Via email from Lewiston Police Department)