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  • Planners approve land rules

    The Spokane County Planning Commission on Thursday unanimously approved a series of land-use rules that will help protect Fairchild Air Force Base from encroachment by surrounding development. But in approving …

  • Commission weighs easing river protection to improve trail

    Spokane County planning commissioners received three new proposals last week for legalizing Centennial Trail improvements. Commissioners took testimony Thursday and agreed to extend the time for public comments through their …

  • Break meant to help construction industry

    Developers may lock up subdivision rights longer under a temporary change in state law that took effect June 10. The amendment extends the “vesting” periods in which developers may press …

  • Law gives developers a break

    An unusual provision of Washington law has repeatedly allowed major real estate developments to go forward even after they’ve been declared urban sprawl that violates the state’s Growth Management Act. …

  • Applicants sought for planning panel

    Spokane County commissioners are recruiting for a pending vacancy on the county Planning Commission.

  • Planning commission split on cluster ban

    The Spokane County Planning Commission recommended some changes Thursday to the rules covering housing developments in rural parts of the county but deadlocked over one of the hottest topics. The …



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