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City seeking applicants for Planning Commission openings


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The city of Spokane Valley is seeking individuals to serve on the city's Planning Commission.

The commission studies and makes recommendations to the City Council for future planned growth as directed council.

Qualifications include having an interest in planning, land use, transportation, capital infrastructure, and building and landscape design as evidenced by training, experience or interest in the city of Spokane Valley.

Commission members are nominated by the mayor and confirmed by a majority vote of at least four members of the City Council. The appointments are tentatively scheduled to be made at a February council meeting.

Members are selected without respect to political affiliations and serve without compensation. Members must reside within the city limits of Spokane Valley.

The commission generally meets at 6 p.m. on the second and fourth Thursdays each month. Applications may be obtained from the city’s website or by contacting City Clerk Chris Bainbridge at 720-5102.

Applications should be submitted to Bainbridge and received no later than 4 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 28.

The term for two of these positions will be three years, and the term of one position will be one year (completing the unexpired term of a vacated position). Terms will still be effective beginning Jan. 1, 2020.

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