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Towing appeal deadline incorrect

Shawn Vestal’s column Friday stated incorrectly that the deadline had passed for people to challenge the legality of towing done over Hoopfest weekend, due to a reporting error. The deadline depends on whether people whose vehicles were towed were given proper notice of their rights.

Candidate’s education misstated

The educational background of Spokane County assessor candidate Gina McKenzie was misstated Saturday due to a reporter’s error. McKenzie has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Washington University as well as a bachelor’s in English and a master’s in teaching from Whitworth University.


 

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Ethics Commission: Mayor David Condon honest in handling of Frank Straub questions

UPDATED: 8:09 p.m.

updated  The final complaint targeting Mayor David Condon for his handling of the ouster of former Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub was unanimously dismissed by the city’s Ethics Commission on Wednesday, who said the complaint was fueled by opinions, not facts or evidence presented by former City Council President Joe Shogan.