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Government Almanac

Sun., June 1, 1997

For the week of June 1

Spokane Finance Committee

Monday, 10 a.m. regular meeting, lower-level conference room City Hall, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.

Among other business, the committee will discuss the city’s gambling tax.

Spokane City Council

Monday, 3:30 p.m. briefing, lower-level conference room

6 p.m. regular meeting, City Hall, 808 W. Spokane Falls Blvd.

Among other business at the 6 p.m. meeting, the Council will consider a request that it vacate a portion of Napa Street.

Spokane County commissioners

Tuesday, 9 a.m. briefing, county courthouse, 1116 W. Broadway

2 p.m. meeting for non-hearing items, Public Works Building hearing room, 1026 W. Broadway 5 p.m. hearing, Public Works Building hearing room

Among other business at the 2 p.m. meeting, commissioners will consider buying 3.5 acres near the intersection of Trent Avenue and Pines Road. The county utility department would build a $500,000 shop and storage yard for sewer equipment.

Spokane Hearing Examiner

Tuesday, 9 a.m., second-floor conference room, City Hall

The hearing examiner will consider an application from AT&T; Wireless Services to erect a 100-foot tower and 230-foot equipment shed near the intersection of Cannon Street and Sixth Court. Also, the examiner will hear a request to convert a service station into a convenience store, at the intersection of Wellesley Avenue and Nevada Street.

Spokane County Water Quality Advisory Committee

Thursday, 7 a.m.

Public Works Building, 1026 W. Broadway

Among other matters, the board will hear a report about water pollution from Rogers High School students.

Chase Youth Commission

Thursday, 3 p.m., fifth-floor conference room, City Hall

Agenda unavailable.

City Council/Planning Commission joint meeting

Thursday, 3 p.m., lower-level briefing room, City Hall

The Council and commission will discuss work to update the city’s comprehensive plan.

Chester Creek flood-control update

Thursday, 7 p.m.

Redeemer Lutheran Church, 3606 S. Schafer

This is the first in a series of three monthly meetings scheduled by the Spokane County Public Works Department to update residents on progress of flood-control work on this creek in the Valley.

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