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  • Spokane mayor’s budget plan includes raises for himself, his cabinet

    Spokane Mayor David Condon already makes more money than Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. Next year, if his proposed pay raise gets approved by the City Council, he’ll make more than …


  • Verner, fire union reached deal

    Former Spokane Mayor Mary Verner and the leadership of the city’s fire union tentatively agreed to a new contract in the final days of Verner’s term. But the deal still …


  • 2011 Spokane budget limits layoffs

    What started out as 71 city of Spokane layoffs has dwindled to only a couple. In September, Mayor Mary Verner announced that 71 employees would lose their job the day …


  • City contemplates pink slips for 120

    More than 120 city employees could face pink slips at the end of the year unless city unions agree to concessions or the City Council increases taxes, officials warned Tuesday. …


  • Union releases deal’s terms

    City Hall’s largest union will give up half of its promised 2010 pay raise to prevent layoffs, if the Spokane City Council signs off on a new agreement. Officials last …


  • City, police deal would let Spokane hire 10 officers

    A tentative deal Spokane city leaders made this week with the Spokane Police Guild would save 12 police officer positions next year, city administrators said Wednesday. The guild is the …


  • City, Police Guild still in talks

    Spokane Police Guild members say they remain open to contract concessions to help the city balance its 2010 budget.


  • Wages & means

    Jobs with great pay and excellent benefits can be hard to come by in a recession – but not necessarily at City Hall. The city of Spokane hasn’t stopped filling …


  • City to lay off nine as new building slows

    A sharp decline in construction activity in Spokane has caused the loss of nine city jobs. The cuts announced Monday are the first layoffs at City Hall as a result …