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  • Medical Lake crafts shore plan

    It’s not unusual to see dozens of people using the trails and parks around Medical Lake – running, walking dogs or putting boats in the water. But this well-loved lake …

  • Millwood corrects old alley oversight

    Millwood City Council voted to correct an oversight dating back to 1980 during Tuesday night’s regular council meeting. In June, the council approved vacating a portion of an alley located …

  • City will pursue grant for Sullivan bridge

    The city of Spokane Valley has an opportunity to get a grant for the $10 million needed to build a replacement for the failing Sullivan Road Bridge that carries southbound …

  • County commission objects to shoreline rules

    A state rewrite of Spokane County’s shoreline regulations is a “prime example” of state agencies “out of control,” Commissioner Mark Richard said Tuesday. With Washington’s budget on life support, the …

  • 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 …

  • Zoning review starts

    The Spokane Valley City Council took its first step Tuesday in a months-long process to review the Sprague/Appleway Revitalization Plan, a dramatic – and controversial – rezone approved last year. …

  • Testimony favors undeveloped shorelines

    A slide show of waterfowl, a recording of a songbird and a few human cries for the defense of private property rights greeted Spokane County commissioners Tuesday night as they …

  • Verner vetoes shoreline-law exception

    Spokane Mayor Mary Verner has nixed part of the city’s extensive new shoreline law over an amendment that would make an exception for a section of land owned by the …

  • Eroding confidence

    Spokane County’s efforts to craft new regulations for 750 miles of shorelines along rivers, lakes and streams are too little, too late, according to the Washington Department of Ecology, where …

  • Shoreline plan goes public

    A comprehensive revision of the city’s shoreline master plan – including new regulations on the height and mass of buildings near the Spokane River and Latah Creek – goes before …



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