The document that panelists interviewing two candidates for Spokane Police Chief were asked to sign.
Former Spokane Police Chief Frank Straub filed a $4 million wrongful termination claim against the City of Spokane on Oct. 8, 2015.
A report on suggested criminal justice reforms by the Spokane Regional Criminal Justice Commission.
A proposed ordinance would create a new charge of unlawful public exposure in the City of Spokane. The ordinance is targeted at “bikini barista” drive-through espresso stands. The document includes …
A package of police reforms that will be considered as a resolution at the Spokane City Council meeting on Feb. 6.
Class-action settlement in which American Medical Reponse agrees to pay back more than 12,000 customers overbilled as part of ambulance transports between 1999 and 2005.
A proposal for rehabilitation of Upriver Dam, a project the city of Spokane has won federal money to pursue to generate more power and construction jobs during the bad economy.
The city of Spokane recently recognized these 47 businesses with its SMART (Sustainable Management of Assets, Resources and Technology) designation.
A proposed initiative filed by Mike Fagan on April 8, 2010, relating to “preventing the city from implementing aspects of the Mayor’s sustainability task force.”
Proposed initiative filed by Mike Fagan April 8, 2010, relating to preventing Spokane’s “membership in and relationships with the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI)”
The City of Spokane’s 2010 Progress Report.
Mayor Mary Verner’s prepared State of the City address. Her speech, which was delivered Feb. 12, 2010, included some deviations from this document.
Spokane Mayor Mary Verner’s Feb. 3, 2010, letter to the park board requesting the permanent appointment of acting Parks Director Leroy Eadie.
The city is trying to annex 10 square miles of land, including the Spokane International Airport. But it remains questionable if it makes financial sense in the long-run.
This document from the city of Spokane outlines the responsibilities of the city and property owners when it snows.
This document from the city of Spokane answers questions about a proposed snow removal policy for the 2009-10 snow season, which starts Nov. 15.
Jan. 1, 2008 through Dec. 31, 2008
The state’s highest court has ruled that a Spokane judge was properly elected and appointed as a municipal judge, therefore reinstating a couple of convictions in question. The state justices …