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Posts Tagged ‘Spokane City Government

Spokane Waste Alliance

May 24, 2011

Mr. Al French, Chairman Spokane County Board of Commissioners. Dear Mr. French, Thank you, for your effort in resolving long-standing inequities involving our Spokane Regional Solid Waste System. There are two specific issues that should be fully vetted before moving forward with the proposed regional solid waste management alliance. 1.  Independent Accounting. All parties to […]

Spokane Solid Waste

April 27, 2011

What would Regional Solid Waste tipping fees be if Spokane County and the Regional Cities broke from the city of Spokane and formed a new Regional Solid Waste Alliance? This would only require that the Alliance obtain the two transfer stations (the city of Spokane should give them to the Alliance, but the City is […]

Tyranny Explained

April 13, 2011

    * * * Who is John Galt?   * * *   Who is Allen West?     * * *  

Recycling for $$$

November 28, 2010

Declaration Entertainment

November 14, 2010

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Education Paradigms

November 7, 2010

Spokane Waste

October 20, 2010

Finally, Spokane’s nightmarish waste-to-energy bond payments ($250 million over 20 years) are about to end, and hopefully along with it, the Regional Solid Waste System. County commissioners are circulating a draft interlocal agreement amongst the various municipalities to form a new Solid Waste Alliance (http://spokanewastetoenergy.com/DraftInterlocal.doc). Regrettably, this first draft has some major flaws that need […]

“Never Gonna Stand For This”

September 20, 2010

Spokane Politics

August 4, 2010

* How does the Spokane print media  give such glowing endorsements of Laurel Siddoway and Al French, but can not print a single word about their pivotal roles in the RPS fiasco? * From Camas Magazine: ‎”With help from the Spokane City Council and public officials–the Cowleses were able to leverage some $100 million in […]

Schools, Crime & Politics

July 28, 2010

From The Editorial Pages of the Wall Street Journal on July 27, 2010: Giving Lousy Teachers the Boot Michelle Rhee does the once unthinkable in Washington. By William McGurn Donald Trump is not the only one who knows how to get attention with the words, “You’re fired.” Michelle Rhee, chancellor for the District of Columbia […]