December 19, 2013
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Erika Minier walks past broken boiler sections in the basement of City Hall. Boiler and cooling problems have forced city crews to run air conditioning through large tubes to keep servers and computers at room temperature.
July 23, 2007 in City on Page A6
Spokane City Council tonight will consider a new heating and cooling system for City Hall with a cost that’s about a third of the value of the whole building. The …
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