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  • Central Pre-Mix strikes deal with Spokane Rock

    Spokane Rock Products Inc. will lay off 42 workers as it sells its asphalt operations to Central Pre-Mix Concrete Co. The deal between the two companies also calls for Spokane …

  • Contractor reworking portions of Sprague will repave Appleway

    A portion of Appleway Boulevard in Spokane Valley will be repaved by an asphalt contractor that is having to rework rough sections of a repaving project it handled earlier on …

  • City’s portion of street repair is $95k

    Residents in the Ponderosa neighborhood will get a faulty street fixed, but the unanimous vote by the Spokane Valley City Council to pay half of the repair costs apparently left …

  • City awards contract for street jobs

    The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to award a contract for street preservation projects to Spokane Rock Products. The council also approved a second list of projects that will go …

  • Asphalt contract renewed

    The Spokane Valley City Council renewed the city’s street maintenance contract Tuesday, but some council members appeared to do so reluctantly. The contract, awarded in 2007 as a one-year contract …

  • Spokane Valley street maintenance contract revisited

    Spokane Valley’s street maintenance contract was discussed at length again at Tuesday’s city council meeting. It was enough to make Councilman Chuck Hafner wonder if they were “beating the horse …

  • Valley Council reviews details of service contracts

    The Spokane Valley City Council took two different approaches to nearly identical contracts discussed Tuesday as the council prepares to vote this month on whether to renew the contracts or …

  • Local governments hope to avoid side effects of federal tax order

    Local governments are fighting a federal order to send the IRS 3 percent of what they owe their suppliers and contractors. Spokane County Auditor Vicky Dalton estimates the unfunded congressional …

  • With street project, Spokane pays tribute to King’s legacy

    By the end of this year, a Spokane street will be named after Martin Luther King Jr. – after nearly a quarter century of attempts. Last week, the Spokane City …

  • Rock company closes Elk plant

    Spokane Rock Products has closed its Elk batch plant as a way to cut costs, company President Steve Robinson said. The Elk operation was one of three company batch sites …



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