There are a couple things coming up in Saturday’s must have edition of the Valley Voice. (But then, aren’t they all must have editions?) Staff at the Spokane Valley Heritage Museum are trying to restore the original scroll sign mounted on the Sprague-facing side of the historic building that houses the museum. The sign is deteriorating and has been covered to slow the ravages of time while the museum raises money to restore the sign.
Tuesday’s Spokane Valley City Council meeting was so lengthy that it couldn’t all be included in a story in yesterday’s Valley Voice. The second installment features some unexpected controversy with votes on the street maintenance contract and the make-up of the Lodging Tax Advisory Committee. The council also has finally approved the purchase of equipment so council meetings can be broadcast on cable and over the internet.
One scheduling note for next week: the Spokane Valley City Council meeting normally held every Tuesday has been cancelled because of the Christmas holiday. The next meeting is set for Dec. 28.