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Thursday, June 4, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Week in review

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Millwood City Council – The council entered into interlocal agreements with Spokane County and local cities for emergency management in the event of a disaster as part of the National Incident Management System. Council members also approved the 2006 budget. (Source: Town Clerk Eva Colomb)

Valley Fire – Commissioners heard a presentation from the mayor of Liberty Lake about the town’s proposed tax increment financing plan that would impact the fire district’s tax revenue. Commissioners did not immediately agree to the plan, and further discussions will be held. The commissioners also passed a policy dealing with the use of district facilities. (Source: Commissioner Joe Dawson)

Fairfield City Council – Representatives from the Department of Emergency Management were on hand to discuss an interlocal agreement for emergency management. Council members voted to approve a new contract with Fire District 2 that included a $4,000 increase over last year’s contract based on rising costs faced by the district. The town plans to apply for a grant to improve the park pathway, and a small city pavement preservation grant. (Source: Town Clerk Sue Adams)

Rockford City Council – Council members discussed the 2006 budget, which will be approved at the next meeting. They also discussed applying for a grant to update the town’s Comprehensive Plan.

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