City closes part of River Street in preparation for April 15 memorial service

  • Friday, April 14, 2017 12:34pm
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As of Friday morning, SE River Street between Railroad and Maple Avenues SE, will be closed to traffic.

The city has set up a tent on this site, in preparation for the memorial service of the late Councilmember Charles S. Peterson at Snoqualmie United Methodist Church on Saturday, April 15.

The road will be closed through the weekend, and re-open Monday at approximately noon. Drivers can use SE King Street and SE Newton Street as alternate routes.

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