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  • Valley Council takes key step to kill SARP

    The Spokane Valley City Council took the next-to-last step in eliminating the Sprague/Appleway Revitalization Plan Tuesday when it voted to advance an ordinance to kill the plan. The move was …


  • 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 …


  • City OKs 2010 budget

    Spokane Valley City Council members adopted a 2010 budget Tuesday and opposed a statewide initiative they felt would undermine future budgets. Both actions were unanimous despite some sympathetic rhetoric about …


  • Spokane Valley, GSI address differences

    Greater Spokane Inc. intends to earn its full $60,000 donation from Spokane Valley next year with a strategy to market the city’s Sprague-Appleway Revitalization plan to businesses around the country. …


  • Sprague-Appleway revitalization gets slight delay

    Implementation of the Sprague-Appleway Revitalization Plan will be postponed two weeks, until Oct. 15, because of delays in publishing an easy-to-read copy of the plan. In other business Tuesday, the …


  • Valley, GSI working out differences

    Greater Spokane Inc. intends to earn its full $60,000 donation from Spokane Valley next year with a strategy to market the city’s Sprague-Appleway Revitalization plan to businesses around the country. …


  • Revitalization reduction plan fails

    An effort to cut the proposed Sprague-Appleway Revitalization Plan in half failed Tuesday in a 5-2 vote of the Spokane Valley City Council. Councilwoman Rose Dempsey, with support from Councilman …


  • Lurking ‘plan’ threatens to chew up Valley, spit us out

    The Sprague Appleway Revitalization Plan is closer and closer. Something akin to the shark in “Jaws.” Dah-dup, dah-dup. We’ve surveyed. We’ve studied. We’ve opined. We’ve tweaked. And then, for good …


  • Spokane Valley hopes study sparks change

    Spokane Valley will pay $150,000 for an environmental study city officials hope will encourage redevelopment of a mile-long, 145-acre section of the Sprague-Appleway corridor. Almost all of the land – …


  • Appleway extension in doubt

    Some Spokane Valley City Council members, like their critics, are asking whether it makes sense to implement zoning regulations based on a road that doesn’t exist. The city’s proposed Sprague-Appleway …


  • City Hall design contract draws more criticism

    A proposed $377,000 contract to design a new Spokane Valley City Hall came under fire again Tuesday, and the City Council once more postponed action. The contract was tabled two …


  • Street projects come first, Valley Council says

    Spokane Valley property owners should be prohibited from building on land the city wants for future streets, the City Council said Tuesday. Council members expressed concern about reducing property values …

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