Everything tagged

Sort by:

Stories tagged: David Crump

  • Utility tax rebate available for low-income Liberty Lake residents

    The Liberty Lake City Council approved an ordinance that offers rebates to low-income seniors and low-income disabled residents on their utility taxes. To qualify for the rebate residents must live …

  • Liberty Lake council rejects invocation rule change

    Liberty Lake Mayor Wendy Van Orman broke two ties Tuesday during the city council meeting. The first tie came about after a discussion to change the city’s policy regarding the …

  • Liberty Lake makes progress on budget

    In a special meeting Tuesday, the Liberty Lake City Council decided on what to do with $140,139 in funds it didn’t have when the proposed budget was written. The funds …

  • More money for library; other items unresolved

    The debate over the 2011 city budget heated up during Tuesday night’s Liberty Lake City Council meeting. While much was debated, little was settled as the council voted to have …

  • Council approves 1 percent property tax increase levy

    During a sometimes heated meeting before a packed chamber Tuesday night, the Liberty Lake City Council passed by a 5-1 vote a 1 percent property tax increase levy. The levy …

  • Mayor recommends slashing library, police, golf course funding

    Mayor Wendy Van Orman proposed 2011 budget to the Liberty Lake City Council includes cuts to the library, police and Trailhead Golf Course. In a presentation Tuesday evening at City …

  • Liberty Lake City Council gets advice on budget crisis

    The Liberty Lake City Council continued to hear ideas to help solve an impending budget crisis expected to hit the city sometime next year, including closing the library. During the …

  • Leaders cede pay power

    Salaries for Liberty Lake Mayor Wendy Van Orman and City Council members will be set in the future by an independent salary commission. With Councilman Ryan Romney absent, the council …



Contact the Spokesman

Main switchboard:
(509) 459-5000
Customer service:
(509) 747-4422
(509) 459-5400
(800) 789-0029
Back to Spokesman Mobile