Stories tagged: Spokane Park Board
Randy Cameron on YMCA property 01
Spokane Park Board member Randy Cameron talks about his ideal use of the land where the downtown YMCA now sits on June 18, 2009.
Randy Cameron on YMCA property 02
Spokane Park Board member Randy Cameron describes his response to arguments that the downtown YMCA property should be redeveloped on Thursday, June 18, 2009.
Bob Apple, pool fees for infrastructure
City Councilman Bob Apple, who serves on the Park Board, explains how the pool fees will be used.
Bob Apple, impact of pool fees
City Councilman Bob Apple, who serves on the Park Board, talks about what impact the pool fees may have.
Bob Apple, why pool fees now needed
City Councilman Bob Apple, who serves on the Park Board, explains why fees are now needed, including to cover longer hours and more lifeguards.
Kimberly Morse, pool fee concerns
Spokane Park Board Member Kimberly Morse voted to approve pool fees, but she is concerned that the fees will be tough for some families. She’s confident the board will find …
Pool fees, Brenda Corbett
Brenda Corbett, chairwoman of the West Central Neighborhood Council, speaks during a May 5 hearing on pool fees. She is against pool fees and asks for another year to assess …
Pool fees, Toni Lodge
Toni Lodge, executive director of the NATIVE Project, speaks during a May 5 hearing on pool fees. She is against pool fees and talks about the impact the fees will …
Pool fees, Josie Dix
Josie Dix, a member of the Spokaen Parks Foundation board, speaks during a May 5 hearing on pool fees. Dix offers ideas on how to charge some children and offer …
Barry Russell, smoking in parks
Spokane parks Director Barry Russell talks Thursday, April 9, 2009, about the phasing in a ban on smoking in parks
Dennis Biggs, smoking ban in parks
Dennis Biggs, a retired Spokane Veterans Affairs Medical Center physician, talks about his support for a ban on smoking in Spokane parks Thursday, April 9, 2009.
Shayna Tulley / pool fees
Shayna Tulley, children and youth services specialist with the NATIVE Project, talks March 11, 2009, about being surprised by a proposal to charge children for using Spokane’s pools.