On the agenda are the first readings of a comprehensive plan amendment and a zoning map amendment, as well as reports on city hall bids and possible changes to zoning that could allow tiny homes in Spokane Valley.
Tonight the council will also join the "National Day of Prayer Task Force" by declaring May 5 a day of prayer.
Public testimony is allowed at tonight's meeting, but only on items that are not on the agenda. This will be the first meeting without Councilmen Dean Grafos and Chuck Hafner who've both stepped down from the council within the last week.
It's possible some information on how and when those two seats will be filled (by appointment) will be available tonight, but I don't know for sure.
I will be spending part of the afternoon at Spokane Valley Tech, but plan to be at council chambers by 4 p.m.