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  • Job description tweaked

    After a lively discussion Tuesday night, the Spokane Valley City Council decided that their new city manager should have a college degree, but doesn’t need to have any experience as …


  • Interim city manager named

    After a lengthy executive session on Monday to evaluate the qualifications and skills of deputy city manager Mike Jackson, the Spokane Valley City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to appoint Jackson …


  • Council looks at options for vacancy

    The Spokane Valley City Council must make a decision by Feb. 5 on what it intends to do with the vacant city manager position, City Attorney Mike Connelly said during …


  • No word on replacement

    Change is definitely in the air at Spokane Valley City Hall as the new council members take over, but what that will look like remains to be seen. Longtime City …


  • Valley ousts city manager

    In its first official move Tuesday, the new Spokane Valley City Council asked for – and got – the resignation of City Manager Dave Mercier. While the move caught many …


  • Spokane Valley council ousts city manager

    In its first official move the new Spokane Valley City Council asked for the resignation of city manager Dave Mercier Tuesday.


  • Court contract sustained

    Spokane Valley will continue to contract with the Spokane County District Court for judicial service. City Council members asked court officials some pointed questions Tuesday, then voted unanimously to rescind …


  • Spokane Valley, GSI address differences

    Greater Spokane Inc. intends to earn its full $60,000 donation from Spokane Valley next year with a strategy to market the city’s Sprague-Appleway Revitalization plan to businesses around the country. …


  • Valley, GSI working out differences

    Greater Spokane Inc. intends to earn its full $60,000 donation from Spokane Valley next year with a strategy to market the city’s Sprague-Appleway Revitalization plan to businesses around the country. …


  • City could buy hall

    Spokane Valley might get a lot more for its money if the city bought its current City Hall instead of building a new one. Owners of the Redwood Plaza, where …


  • Taylor leaves Spokane Valley for Connell

    One of Spokane Valley’s original City Council members, Steve Taylor, took leave of the city at Tuesday’s council meeting and took some ribbing in the process. Taylor, 33, resigned to …

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