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  • Spokane proposes lower sewer rates for apartments, multifamily homes

    If you flush less, you pay less. That’s the idea behind Spokane’s proposed sewage rates for the next three years. According to the plan, which will be considered by the …


  • Millwood sewer bond scheduled to end in 2015

    Millwood residents may see a slight decrease in their sewer bill next year, while large commercial customers may see a significant increase. The anticipated decrease for residents is the result …


  • Sewer rates should stand pat

    A new report on Spokane County sewer charges may give ratepayers a sigh of relief. A consultant’s study shows no increase in adopted rates is necessary and small reductions are …


  • Five Lodging Tax Advisory fund recipients named

    Some close split decisions marked the Spokane Valley City Council meeting Tuesday as council members took a stand on whether to retain longtime community volunteer Peggy Doering on a city …


  • Spokane sewer rates to rise

    Sewer rates in Spokane will jump almost $5 a month next year. The Spokane City Council on Monday approved the new rates, which were proposed by Spokane Mayor Mary Verner, …


  • Sewer rates may go up

    Flushing your toilet in the city of Spokane may cost $5 a month more in 2010. Spokane Mayor Mary Verner on Monday presented her 2010 budget to the City Council. …


  • Decision delayed on new sewer rates

    Spokane County will wait at least two more weeks to decide how much to raise sewer rates. After a lightly attended public hearing Tuesday night, county commissioners gave the public …


  • Airway Heights raises sewer rates for new facility

    Airway Heights sewer rates will rise another $7.50 this year to boost the construction of the city’s new $44 million wastewater treatment plant. About 750 residents have a sewer account …

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