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  • Group wants to build tiny homes for homeless families on Spokane Valley church land

    Robertson needs $700,000 to make the project a reality and to accomplish that, he’s looking for investors and donors who will commit to the project with monthly or one-time donations.


  • Doug Clark: Tiny houses hold big promise for homelessness

    Ian Robertson wants to use the tiny house movement to address homelessness.


  • Shawn Vestal: Tiny homes might be foundation to build upon

    What if one weapon to fight homelessness was actually something very small, affordable and obvious? What if it just boiled down to providing a house? A tiny, tiny house? It …


  • ChangePoint at work

    The Revs. Ian Robertson and Steve Wilson just can’t manage to stay retired. Both men retired from their pastor positions at the Spokane Valley Church of the Nazarene in recent …


  • Few voters cast ballots

    Despite a lot of campaign spending and generous doses of controversy, Spokane Valley’s City Council elections last month failed to generate as much turnout as the Liberty Lake Sewer and …


  • 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 …


  • 4 positions available on Spokane Valley Planning Commission

    City officials are taking applications for four positions on the seven-member Spokane Valley Planning Commission. One position would require a chosen applicant to take over the two-year unexpired term of …


  • Grafos’ business fined in 1983

    Court records show Spokane Valley City Council candidate Dean Grafos admitted in 1983 that his mobile home business “knowingly and willfully” committed four federal felonies. Newspaper clippings about the court …


  • Valley council candidates Robertson, Grafos, Pace, Foote respond

    Here is the third in a series of reports in which Spokane Valley City Council candidates address issues in their own words. All the candidates were asked the same questions. …


  • Tourism tax increase OK’d

    A night at a motel in Spokane Valley will cost 50 cents more under a tourism tax increase approved Tuesday by the City Council. The Spokane Valley council joined Spokane …


  • The Rev. Robertson honored

    When the Rev. Ian Robertson got a call from Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce President Eldonna Shaw this week, he had no idea the chamber had just selected him …

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