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  • Liberty Lake City Council approves budget

    The Liberty Lake City Council has been discussing its budget for 2011 since the summer months, trying to find extra avenues of revenue and looking into ways to cut expenses. …


  • 2011 Spokane budget limits layoffs

    What started out as 71 city of Spokane layoffs has dwindled to only a couple. In September, Mayor Mary Verner announced that 71 employees would lose their job the day …


  • Valley Fire OKs budget less tax levy increase

    Spokane Valley Fire Department Commissioners recently approved a 2011 budget that does not include an increase in the property tax levy. The levy rate is unchanged because the assessed property …


  • City sending 116 layoff notices

    The City of Spokane is sending 116 layoff notices today, including to 65 employees of the police department and 13 in the fire department.


  • Mayor cites innovation in face of deficit

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner said Friday her administration has “plans in place and work under way” to deal with another deficit facing the city. “As we go about our business …


  • Verner says ‘plans in place’ to deal with 2011 deficit

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner said Friday her administration has “plans in place and work under way” to deal with another deficit facing the city.


  • Obama budget would impose host of tax increases

    While President Barack Obama is proposing to cut some taxes for companies that hire workers, his budget would raise a host of other taxes on businesses and wealthy individuals.


  • Obama unveils budget with $3.83T in spending

    President Barack Obama unveiled a multitrillion-dollar spending plan Monday, pledging an intensified effort to combat high unemployment and asking Congress to quickly approve new job-creation efforts that would boost the …


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