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Leavenworth News Update

Posted by Geordie Romer on November 28, 2007

Water Moratorium Continues-The city council voted to extend the water moratorium currently enforced in Leavenworth for another six months. The vote came at a council meeting on Nov. 13th. The initial moratorium was enacted due to 1200 applications for water hook ups and only 112 hook ups available. The city plans to devote a large portion of the Dec 11th meeting to revisiting the moratorium and possibly giving smaller projects within the city and urban growth boundary an exemption.
Good Morning America sets up shop for a live feed from the village green on Thursday Nov. 29th. The feed will begin at 4am, 7am New York time, featuring the Bavarian village lights and general Christmas theme. Many shops plan to be open for the gathered crowd including Uncle Uli’s Pub and Starbucks.
The Gypsy Cafe has opened its doors. Leavenworth’s newest restaurant, located at 931 Commercial St, offers paninis, soups, salads, and a revolving dinner menu. Their focus is on healthy organic food. Hours are 8am to 8pm everyday except Tuesday.



    If you’re planning to buy a home in this area, the best place to start is with the Leavenworth Home Buyer’s Guide.

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