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Coming Thursday

Wednesday may be known as Hump Day to some, but around here it is known as Preview the Thursday Valley Voice Day. So, here we go. The Spokane Valley City Council had a lengthy meeting Tuesday night. A ton of people flocked to City Hall to comment on proposed ordinances to loosen the rules on chickens in residential zones and tighten the rules on adult retail businesses. The council also voted to buy a piece of property on the edge of the Industrial Park to serve as the city's maintenance facility. There was a lot more discussion on other topics, but I couldn't fit it all in one story. Expect to see a second story on the other issues in the Saturday Valley Voice.

Reporter Lisa Leinberger recently checked in to see how the Valley HUB is doing. Business is aparently booming, so she'll have the details on that. There will also be a story on upcoming staffing changes at the City of Spokane Valley.

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Nina Culver
Nina Culver is a correspondent covering The Spokesman-Review Christmas Fund for 2017.

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