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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Boulevard is homely

Driving into Spokane on Country Homes Boulevard the other day brought back some great memories for me. You see, I’ve had the great opportunity to travel to many Third World countries to help the locals, and the way Spokane County keeps that area looking like an open sewer makes me think of all we accomplished.


Options for fighting proposed home Upon returning from an extended vacation I have learned that the Spokane Valley City Council has succeeded in making a mockery of the Constitution of these United States.


Happy family doesn’t make good council Recent Valley Voice full-page ads featuring City Council candidates Marilyn Cline, Chuck Hafner, Arne Woodard and Dean Grafos, with their “vote for me” smiles, sends the wrong message. In addition to sharing a treasurer, this “happy family” approach to decision-making smacks of cronyism, groupthink, a wink-and-nod posture and suggests a “you vote for my issue and I will vote for yours” mentality.


St. John Vianny School vandalism despicable I live near St. John Vianney Catholic Church in the Spokane Valley. My neighbors are very upset about a proposed housing project for seniors on St. John Vianney land. They have placed signs all over suggesting that St. John Vianney is purposefully trying to destroy the neighborhood and that the church is not following Christ’s commandment to love thy neighbor.


Compromise needed for housing project I am dismayed after reading the letters about St. John Vianney in the Valley Voice on March 24. Our entire neighborhood, including me, believes it’s commendable for St. John Vianney Church to reach out and help people in need. We all need to do our part to help the needy.