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Kristen Messer, Austin Pruitt, center, and Amberlynn Weber, shown July 19 at West Valley High School, have qualified for the Paralympics in London this summer. The three, all members of Team St. Luke’s, will compete in track events along with Susannah Scaroni.. (Jesse Tinsley)
Kristen Messer, Austin Pruitt, center, and Amberlynn Weber, shown July 19 at West Valley High School, have qualified for the Paralympics in London this summer. The three, all members of Team St. Luke’s, will compete in track events along with Susannah Scaroni.. (Jesse Tinsley)

Kristen Messer, Austin Pruitt, center, and Amberlynn Weber, shown July 19 at West Valley High School, have qualified for the Paralympics in London this summer. The three, all members of Team St. Luke’s, will compete in track events along with Susannah Scaroni. SR photo/Jesse Tinsley

It's another hot summer day today as we head toward the end of July. But it's also Thursday, so that means we have some Valley Voice highlights to go with our morning (iced) coffee. The Spokane Valley City Council voted Tuesday to approve a development agreement designed to limit the impact of an apartment complex on surrounding single family homes. The agreement applies to land on Conklin Road south of Broadway. But the agreement did not appease neighbors, who wanted an increased setback so they wouldn't have buildings right up against their back yards.

Reporter Lisa Leinberger has a story on a new community garden planned by Spokane Valley Partners. The organization has received permission from Modern Electric to use vacant land the utility owns across from Valley Mission Park as a garden. Organizers hope to have everything set up in time for spring. There's an informational meeting tonight for community residents.

Correspondent Cindy Hval spoked to several local athletes who will be competing in the London 2012 Paralympic Games in track events. They are all members of Team St. Luke's.




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