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Monday, February 18, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Tread carefully when changing state public records law

OLYMPIA – Ever since the voters decided public records should be, you know, public, public officials have complained about the unfairness of being forced to produce some of those records …

Court blocks release of loan documents

SEATTLE – The Washington Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the attorney general’s office from releasing certain financial information related to the investigation of a mortgage company, in a case that …

Unofficial meetings generate contention

The Spokane Valley City Council’s new majority started off its term in office by possibly violating the Open Public Meetings Act, meeting for coffee every day at a local grocery …

Valley council coffee group could violate open meetings law

The new Spokane Valley City Council may have violated the Open Public Meetings Act before attending their first official council meeting Tuesday night. Four members of the seven-person council were …

City triples charge for copying records

Spokane officials estimate it takes employees one minute for each copy they make at City Hall. Or at least that’s the justification for the recent tripling of prices to make …