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Spokane City Council

3:30 p.m. Monday, Council Chambers, City Hall, review of March 7 meeting and approval of routine items.

6 p.m. Monday, Council Chambers, City Hall, hearing and possible vote on annexation of 206 acres in southeast Spokane including ShopKo store and areas to the south.

Spokane County commissioners

9:30 a.m. Tuesday, weekly meeting with the County CEO, Spokane County Courthouse, 1116 W. Broadway Ave.

2 p.m., weekly meeting on non-hearing items, lower level, Public Works Building, 1026 W. Broadway Ave.

5 p.m., meeting on hearing items, Public Works Building.

Spokane Valley City Council

3 p.m. Monday, joint meeting with Spokane County commissioners, Spokane County Public Works Building, commissioners’ hearing room, lower level. Topics include: future wastewater treatment.

2 p.m. Tuesday, City Hall, 11707 E. Sprague Ave. Special meeting with consultants about redevelopment options along Sprague Avenue.

6 p.m. Tuesday, study session, City Hall. Topics include: disincorporation, land use and transportation chapters of the comprehensive plan and proposed renumbering ordinance. Public comment is not normally taken at study sessions.

Noon Thursday, joint meeting with Spokane County commissioners, Spokane Valley City Hall.

Spokane Human Services Advisory Board

3 p.m. Wednesday, Council briefing center, lower level of City Hall, regular meeting.

Spokane Neighborhood Community Assembly

4 p.m. Friday, Council briefing center, lower level of City Hall, regular monthly meeting, including discussion of proposal to limit county residents from being officers in city-county neighborhood councils.

STA Light Rail Steering Committee

9 a.m. Thursday, southside conference room, STA, 1229 W. Boone Ave.

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