By Matthew Stephens
Valley Herald 

City moves transportation ordinance forward


Last updated 10/26/2023 at 11:38am

SPOKANE VALLEY – The city has been discussing a transportation benefit district for quite some time, and Deputy City Manager Erik Lamb brought the second reading of ordinance 23-018 on Oct. 24, which was passed by council.

Lamb also asked for consensus on setting a public hearing, and that passed with five council members voting for it, and two voting in opposition.

Council woman Laura Padden and council woman Brandi Peetz did not vote in favor of the ordinance during the second reading.

That is the ordinance that would amend the current city model and create the benefit district.

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