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  • Verner concedes

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner takes questions on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011 about her election defeat. She was speaking at her campaign headquarters at Steam Plant Square in downtown Spokane.


  • Verner takes questions from reporters on election night

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner answers questions from reporters shortly after hearing election results at her campaign party at Taaj Indian restaurant.


  • Mayor Mary Verner addresses supporters on election night

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner addresses supporters at her election night party at Taaj Indian Restaurant soon after the release of number showing her trailing her opponent, David Condon. She says …


  • Verner asks community leaders to change perception of Spokane in State of City address

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner says after a bomb was found last month along the planned route of the Marthin Luther King Jr. Day march, the national media wrongly portrayed Spokane …


  • Mary Verner at violence forum

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner responds to criticism at a forum about violence on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011. (Photo is of Verner at an event last year.)


  • Mayor Verner on Obama exchange

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner had a brief exchange with President Obama on Jan. 21 when she was among the half-dozen mayors whom Obama picked to ask questions at the annual …


  • Mary Verner on police contract

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks about contract negotiations with the Spokane Police Guild on Oct. 19, 2009.


  • State of the city speech

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner delivers her state of the city speech Monday, Oct. 12, 2009.


  • Mary Verner on union contracts, police ombudsman

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks Oct. 12, 2009, about the state of negotiations with city unions and Councilman Bob Apple’s proposed resolution seeking investigatory powers for the police ombudsman


  • Mayor Mary Verner, ombudsman

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner encourages the confirmation of the city’s first independent police ombudsman at the June 29, 2009, City Council meeting, while acknowledging various issues raised druing the meeting.


  • Mayor Mary Verner: YMCA

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks about her preference of public ownership of the YMCA site in Riverfront Park.


  • Mary Verner: Otto Zehm

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner reacts to the federal grand jury indictment of Spokane Police Officer Karl F. Thompson Jr., the first of several officers to confront Otto Zehm, a 36-year-old …


  • Mary Verner, Playfair sale

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks about factors that led to the Spokane City Council’s decision to sell the Playfair racetrack and the chances of getting a minimum bid on May …


  • Sustainability, Mayor Mary Verner on vote

    Mayor Mary Verner talks about the Spokane City Council’s 5-2 vote of the sustainability proposal.


  • Sustainability, Mayor Mary Verner on amendment

    Mayor Mary Verner talks about Councilman Mike Allen’s amendment regarding the Sustainability Task Force report. Allen’s amendment, which stressed the Spokane City Council was merely “accepting” the report, was approved …


  • Sustainability, Dennis Dellwo about the vote

    Sustainability Task Force member Dennis Dellwo, who is a former state representative, talks about the Spokane City Council’s 5-2 vote, which Dellwo says should have been unanimous.


  • Sustainability, Dennis Dellwo about the amendment

    Sustainability Task Force member Dennis Dellwo, who is a former state representative, talks about Councilman Mike Allen’s amendment to the group’s report. Allen’s amendment stressed that the Spokane City Council …


  • Mary Verner, green-living report

    Mayor Mary Verner talks about her confidence in the prospects for her green-living task force report.


  • Mary Verner on bus benches

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks about her order to remove bus benches with advertising in an interview Monday, April 13, 2009, with reporter Jonathan Brunt.


  • Mary Verner, affordable housing

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks to reporter Jonathan Brunt on Monday, April 13, 2009, about an affordable-housing report delivered to the City Council.


  • Mary Verner, YMCA purchase

    Mayor Mary Verner talks to reporter Jonathan Brunt on Monday, April 13, 2009, about her position on the city purchasing the YMCA in Riverfront Park.


  • Mary Verner / animal control options

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks in a March 20, 2009, interview about the city’s options for animal control now that voters rejected a bond measure earlier in the month.


  • Mary Verner / animal control dilemma

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner lays out the dilemma facing city officials regarding animal control in a March 20, 2009, interview.


  • Mayor Mary Verner, working with unions 01

    Mary Verner talks about the city’s budget in an interview on Friday, March 20; she detailed the expected deficit to the City Council on Monday night.


  • Mayor Mary Verner, working with unions 02

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner answers a question about working with unions to make cuts to the budget in an interview Friday, March 20. Verner briefed the City Council on expected …


  • Mayor Mary Verner, budget deficit

    In an interview on Friday, March 20, Mary Verner talks about how the city works with labor unions in making changes in this economic downturn. She detailed the expected budget …


  • Mary Verner / bond failure 1

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks March 6, 2009, about what the city will do if Proposition 1 fails.


  • Mary Verner / bond failure 2

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks March 6, 2009, about whether she would consider repackaging the bond issue that failed Tuesday with a Fire Department bond that will go before voters …


  • Mary Verner / never again 2

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks March 6, 2009, about community interest in the City Council passing a never-again ordinance regarding River Park Square.


  • Mary Verner / never-again 1

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner talks March 6, 2009, on the purpose of the City Council passing a never-again ordinance regarding River Park Square.

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