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Shogan, Lampert vie for council president

If the past is any guide, Barbara Lampert’s attempt to beat Joe Shogan for Spokane City Council president will be a significant challenge. Not only has she lost an election …


Group to inspect red-light camera system

Spokane representatives involved in selecting a company to run cameras that catch red-light runners will travel to Baltimore soon to inspect and inquire about how that city’s operation is working.


Industry pushed Photo Red

Among those lobbying Spokane City Council members to begin using cameras to catch red-light violators was an advocacy group financed by two companies vying for the contract to operate the …


City adds structures to historic register

Three homes, a downtown business building and a Tudor revival apartment building all were voted onto the Spokane Register of Historic Places on Monday. The City Council approved nominations for …


Time to update the plan

As more and more people find their way to downtown Spokane, the city is going to have to consider ways to accommodate larger numbers of pedestrians. Ron Wells, a downtown …


Red-light cameras wait for green light

Driving along Division Street could be safer, and more expensive for some, if the city proceeds with plans to install red-light cameras at intersections to catch traffic violators. Spokane is …


Council votes to fund Carlyle

The Spokane City Council on Monday voted to spend part of its community development money to preserve the Carlyle Care Center as affordable housing for as many as 138 residents …


YMCA site may go condo

A Spokane developer plans to build a $50 million, 14-story condominium tower on the YMCA property at the edge of Riverfront Park, overlooking the Spokane River. Mark Pinch, who has …