September 26, 1996 in Washington Voices

City Council Approves North Side Street Paving Projects

Kristina Johnson Staff Writer
 
Tags:budget

Streets and alleys all over Spokane’s North Side are getting a face lift.

The City Council on Monday approved plans for nine repaving projects, many of them paid for by local improvement districts. The council:

Approved a $72,000 contract with Renco Construction, Inc., to pave, curb and add sidewalks to Sharp Avenue from Cedar to Jefferson streets.

Approved property tax assessements to pay for paving and curbing as well as laying water and sewer pipe beneath Nevada Street from Holland to East Hawthorne roads, and laying sewer and water lines beneath U.S. Highway 2 from Holland Road to Nevada Street.

Formed a local improvement district to pave the alley between Monroe and Lincoln streets, from Rockwell to Longfellow avenues.

Approved property tax assessments to pay for paving the alley between Columbia and Joseph avenues, from Standard Street east about 300 feet.

Approved property tax assessments to pay for paving the alley between Queen and Olympic avenues, from Nettleton to Belt streets.

Approved property tax assessments to pay for paving, curbing and adding sidewalks to Princeton Avenue from Freya to Florida streets.

Approved property tax assessments to pay for paving, curbing and adding sidewalks to Longfellow Avenue from Freya to Florida streets.

Approved property tax assessments to pay for paving, curbing and adding sidewalks to Rich Avenue from Freya to Havana streets.

Approved property tax assessments to pave the alley between Crown and Everett avenues, from Alberta to Cochran streets.

, DataTimes

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