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Spokane City Council

3:30 p.m. Monday, Council Chambers, City Hall, review of Jan. 31 agenda and approval of routine items.

6 p.m. Monday, Council Chambers, City Hall, consideration of an emergency ordinance implementing terms of a settlement between the city and entities owning River Park Square. The ordinance is intended to address a legal challenge filed by former Councilman Steve Eugster over a December settlement. Also, the council will consider a resolution calling on Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railroad to prevent fuel spills at its refueling facility in Rathdrum.

Spokane Public Facilities District

12:30 p.m. Tuesday, district administrative office, 720 W. Mallon, board review of progress on Convention Center expansion project.

Spokane County Commission

2 p.m. Tuesday, lower level Public Works Building, 1026 W. Broadway, consideration of routine items, including a transfer agreement with city of Spokane allowing the city to withdraw from city-county district court system in 2007.

Spokane Valley City Council

6 p.m. Tuesday, City Hall, 11707 E. Sprague Ave., topics include: Greenacres rezone, public hearing on the Pines/Mansfield intersection, amendments to the current comprehensive plan and sign regulations. Public comment will be taken.

Spokane Plan Commission

12 p.m. Wednesday, City Council briefing center, lower level of City Hall, draft residential zone regulations, annexation issues, Cedar Road annexation proposal.

3 p.m. Wednesday, City Council briefing center, lower level of City Hall, continuation of Dec. 15 public hearing on revisions to industrial zoning regulations.

Spokane Regional Board of Health

1:30 p.m. Thursday, health district building, 1101 W. College, agenda at meeting.

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