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  • No one testifies on Spokane Valley shoreline plan

    The public apparently had nothing to say about the city of Spokane’s Valley proposed public access plan for the Spokane River. No one gave any testimony during a public hearing …


  • Valley planning commission considers river access

    A proposed public access plan for the shores of the Spokane River inside Spokane Valley shows only improvements to current physical access points and does not include any new ones. …


  • Shoreline feedback sought; designations to be decided Oct. 11

    Proposed shoreline environmental designations only drew a few written and in-person comments during a public hearing before the Spokane Valley Planning Commission last week. The designations are part of a …


  • Shoreline plan gets OK

    It was with a certain amount of relief that the Spokane Valley Planning Commission voted last Thursday to recommend the City Council approve the Shoreline Master Program draft goals and …


  • Planning panel studying shoreline draft goals and policies

    The Spokane Valley Planning Commission spent four hours last week painstakingly reviewing the Shoreline Master Program draft goals and policies, but they often seemed frustrated over the purposely broad statements …


  • Public openness urged with Planning Commission

    A facilitator on Monday suggested the Spokane Valley Planning Commission adopt new policies regarding recusals and absences, and urged members to be aware of how their actions appear to the …


  • Vote on commissioner’s absence arouses concern

    Spokane Valley Planning Commissioner Marcia Sands is deciding her future on the commission after four of her fellow commissioners voted at last Thursday’s meeting not to excuse her absence after …


  • Mayor talking to applicants

    Interest in serving on the Spokane Valley Planning Commission is apparently high. Twelve people submitted applications for two vacant positions, so many that Mayor Tom Towey has taken the unusual …


  • Panel suggests ‘no’ vote on church zone plan

    A large group of impassioned residents descended on the Spokane Valley Planning Commission meeting last week to speak for and against a proposed zone change for a parcel of land …


  • Commission favors relaxed chicken rules for Valley

    No feathers were ruffled during last week’s Spokane Valley Planning Commission meeting to discuss loosening the rules regarding chickens in residential areas of the city. Residents flocked to the meeting …


  • Commission won’t back zoning change

    Five of the seven members of the Spokane Valley Planning Commission voted to recommend against an emergency comprehensive plan amendment to remove the City Center zone from the Sprague/Appleway Revitalization …


  • Mayor’s half-brother is commission candidate

    Among those applying for the two vacant Spokane Valley Planning Commission seats is Bill Bates, Mayor Tom Towey’s half-brother. On the section of the application that asked if the appointment …


  • In brief: Valley Commission meeting canceled

    Tonight’s Spokane Valley Planning Commission meeting has been canceled. The next meeting will be a study session held Feb. 26 on proposed amendments to the city’s comprehensive land-use plan and …

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