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Spokane City Council

3:30 p.m. Monday, Council Chambers, City Hall, briefing on Jan. 17 agenda and approval of routine items.

6 p.m. Monday, Council Chambers, City Hall, consideration of legislative priorities for 2005.

Spokane Public Facilities District

2 p.m. Monday, administrative office, 720 W. Mallon, consideration of Convention Center expansion.

Spokane Valley City Council

6 p.m. Tuesday, City Hall, 11707 E. Sprague Ave. Topics include: Crime Check, proposed utility tax, Pines/Mansfield intersection, pawn shop regulation and the Greenacres rezone.

Spokane Valley Planning Commission

6:30 p.m. Thursday, City Hall, 11707 E. Sprague Ave. Topics include: stormwater ordinance, Greenacres rezone, busing in Spokane Valley and a public hearing on a committee’s proposed revisions to the sign code.

Spokane County Commissioners

9 a.m. Tuesday, weekly briefing with the county CEO, Spokane County Courthouse, 1116 W. Broadway Ave. Topics include a new public safety communications system.

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

Spokane Plan Commission

12 p.m. Wednesday, council briefing center, lower level of City Hall, reports, goals and election of officers.

1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Council Chambers, City Hall, hearing on proposed ordinance to put limits on demolition of historic buildings.

Spokane Regional Transportation Council

1:30 p.m. Thursday, 221 W. First Ave, Suite 310.

Spokane Park Board

1:30 p.m. Thursday, Council Chambers, City Hall, consideration of 2005 swimming fees, contract for improvement of gondola ride and creation of adopt-a-park program.

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