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  • Council divided on use of lodging tax

    Some Spokane Valley City Council members were displeased by the allocations of the city’s lodging tax money recommended by the Lodging Tax Committee. The committee includes two representatives of area …

  • Council protected citizens with vote

    After reading The Spokesman-Review Valley Voice the last couple of weeks, my neighbors and I are again amazed at the reprehensible behavior of the Catholic Charities representative and a letter …

  • Catholic Charities Spokane ‘patient,’ believes it can do project well

    After getting a proposed low-income senior housing project shot down by the Spokane Valley City Council, Catholic Charities is considering what to do next. The nonprofit organization’s board is still …

  • Council vote kills St. John Vianney project

    A group of vocal and passionate neighbors got their message across to the Spokane Valley City Council Tuesday. The council voted 5-1 to not advance a proposed comprehensive plan amendment …

  • St. John Vianney proposal meeting draws large crowd

    A standing room only crowd packed the Spokane Valley City Council chambers Tuesday to spend about 90 minutes voicing their opinion on a proposed development agreement with St. John Vianney …

  • Letters

    City’s salary increases wrong in tough economy I see in The Spokesman-Review (Valley Voice, June 18) that the Spokane Valley City Council is planning a budget that includes a 2.5 …

  • Talks on senior housing stall

    A feud is simmering on tree-lined Walnut Road just north of Sprague Avenue. On one side is St. John Vianney Roman Catholic Church, which wants to rezone property it owns …

  • Senior housing would serve those who’ve already given to community

    I would like to express my support for the proposed senior housing project that St. John Vianney Church is requesting. The project proposes a 38- to 40-unit apartment building for …

  • Church zone change delayed

    After more than an hour of public testimony Tuesday night, the Spokane Valley City Council heeded neighborhood concerns about a proposed zone change requested by St. John Vianney Catholic Church …



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