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  • Sewer payments see backup

    Spokane County commissioners are prepared to get tough on people who haven’t paid their sewer bills. The county has 1,800 delinquent sewer accounts and has filed property liens against the …


  • Runoff filling dry lake, covering Saltese Flats

    Spokane County officials can take no credit for the lake that has risen on Saltese Flats south of Spokane Valley. The county’s ratepayer-funded Utilities Division has purchased about 500 acres …


  • Runoff filling dry lake

    Spokane County officials can take no credit for the lake that has risen on Saltese Flats south of Spokane Valley. The county’s ratepayer-funded Utilities Division has purchased about 500 acres …


  • Sewer prospects dim for Belle Terre development

    Spokane County may drop plans to extend sewer service next year to the Belle Terre area in the unincorporated Spokane Valley. Utilities Director Bruce Rawls told county commissioners Tuesday that …


  • County plans extension of sewer line to boost development

    Spokane County is poised to extend a sewer line to a 415-acre property where commissioners hope development will boost their tax base. “This is one of the last areas where …


  • Lawsuit over river discharges could be boon for wetland

    A lawsuit over river discharges threatens the January 2012 startup of a new Spokane County sewage treatment plant, so officials are working on a backup. Plan B, restoration of a …


  • City, county tense over contracts

    A harsh exchange Tuesday revealed that Spokane Valley’s contracts for county service are in more peril than previously acknowledged. County Commissioner Mark Richard said after Tuesday’s City Council meeting that …


  • County may require sewer hookups

    Mandatory sewer hookup notices may be mailed in January to residents of Spokane Valley and suburban portions of Spokane County for the first time in more than three years. County …

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