It is called Yak Back and it is a new Yakima City service designed for you to send your concerns to city officials. Spokesman Randy Beehler tells KIT News Yak Back “is a great service that allows people to let the city know about areas in the city that need attention.”
Everyone knows that Grandma knows best, but maybe not when it comes to new technology or social media. To help you get the message, here's a Grandma letting you know the best practices with today's technology - so you'll get the hint.
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