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Public Meeting – Avista Integrated Resource Planning – February 24, 2021

Public Meeting – Avista Integrated Resource Planning – February 24, 2021

Avista in the process of developing both their electric and natural gas integrated resource plans and customers are invited to give feedback on electric and natural gas plans. Avista is hosting a special meeting on Wednesday, February 24, 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. to hear from you. Register Each plan looks 20 years into the future. It’s an extensive process, and public input plays an important role. They want to know what is most important to customers as they balance reliability,…

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Feedback Requested – Downtown Plan Update

Feedback Requested – Downtown Plan Update

The Downtown Spokane Partnership and the City of Spokane have begun the process to create a new plan for Downtown. The last plan was adopted in 2008 and the new plan will address the next 10 years. View the Plan’s public workshop and survey summaries. The City would like to know whether you and your neighbors believe the Plan draft accurately reflects that process. Send initial comments to the project email info@spokanedowntownplan.org by March 16, 2021. Overview presentation given to the City…

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Council Seeks Public Feedback on Water Conservation Plan

Council Seeks Public Feedback on Water Conservation Plan

Breean Beggs, the Chair of the City Council Public Infrastructure, Environment & Sustainability Committee, is inviting public comment on the City’s first formal draft Water Conservation Master Plan, or WCMP. Please send your written comments on both this current Water Conservation Master Plan and any ideas for future versions of conservation plans to sas@spokanecity.org or by mail to City Council 808 W Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA 99201. You can also call City Council office by phone at 509.625.6255. If your comments are received before…

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City Council Climate Survey

City Council Climate Survey

The Spokane Community is Invited to Participate!  A group of Spokane experts and volunteers are working to study local impacts of climate change on the city of Spokane, and they want to hear from you. The volunteers are part of the Sustainability Action Subcommittee, or SAS.  Spokane City Council created the SAS in 2019 and asked the group to draft a Climate Action Plan. The goal of the plan is to help the City, businesses, organizations and residents respond effectively…

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