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  • Board rejects appeal of shoreline rule

    Spokane’s new stricter building regulations along the Spokane River and Latah Creek remain intact after a state board rejected a challenge by the city’s former top administrator. John Pilcher, who …


  • Century-old Spokane Club has changed its rules with the times

    If reverence for tradition had been allowed to choke the impetus for change, the distinctive Kirtland Cutter-designed building at Riverside Avenue and Monroe Street might well be one of downtown’s …


  • Former official criticizes council on shoreline rules

    Spokane’s former chief operating officer suggested Monday that the city and state used “Chicago-style politics” in the creation of shoreline protections that would restrict development along part of his property …


  • Trail completion in doubt

    A state determination barring the construction of new trails along some portions of the Spokane River could cause further headaches in the two-decade effort to complete the popular Centennial Trail. …


  • Council overrides Verner’s shoreline veto

    The Spokane City Council on Monday barely gathered the votes to override Mayor Mary Verner’s first veto.

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