Stories tagged: Albert Tripp
Wed., July 29, 2015, 12:31 p.m.
City of Airway Heights staff issues letter condemning mayor
The City of Airway Heights released a letter signed by 28 of the city’s 45 employees condemning embattled Mayor Patrick Rushing.
Mon., July 20, 2015, 12:55 p.m.
Airway Heights mayor faces strict sanctions at tonight’s council meeting
The Airway Heights city council will vote on a resolution tonight that could severely limit Mayor Patrick Rushing’s role. They’re also asking that he forfeit his $2,000 a month salary.
Thu., May 7, 2015
Airway Heights applauded in public outreach
Airway Heights is being recognized nationally for its efforts over the past four years to bring innovation to public engagement. The National Research Center has selected Airway Heights as one …
Sat., Feb. 7, 2015
Airway Heights challenges bill for Highway 2 plowing
The first bill from the state Transportation Department arrived last year at Airway Heights City Hall. It was about $50,000 and represented the amount spent by state crews clearing snow …
Fri., Jan. 25, 2013
Commissioners ready to drop pact with Spokane Tribe over proposed casino
Spokane County commissioners today are likely to terminate a 2010 agreement that prevented them from taking a stance on a proposed second tribal casino in Airway Heights. The action follows …
Sun., Sept. 11, 2011
Airway Heights to stop using Parkwest well
Airway Heights has agreed to stop using a well that has deprived residents outside the city of water they’re entitled to pump. An “agreed order” with the state Department of …
Wed., Sept. 15, 2010
County settles raceway suits, resolving contractors’ claims
The Spokane County Raceway will cost taxpayers $850,000 more under a lawsuit settlement county commissioners approved Tuesday. Commissioners Mark Richard and Bonnie Mager, who don’t agree on much about the …
Thu., June 18, 2009
Airway Heights building, planning fees to rise
The Airway Heights City Council unanimously passed a resolution increasing many of its building and planning fees Monday. Because some of the fees will rise significantly, City Manager Albert Tripp …