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B) Steve Corker: “If the No. 1 priority of the city was public safety, would we have the courage to vote in a B&O (tax) to ensure that was funded?”

Jonathan Brunt / The Spokesman-Review

Spokane City Councilman Steve Corker argues that the City Council has been too focused on street issues when the No. 1 priority of the city should be public safety. Corker is speaking at a council briefing on Jan. 25, 2011 about street policy and funding. City Councilman Richard Rush and Council President Joe Shogan also speak in the clip.

 
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