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Arielle Anderson

Arielle Anderson

Arielle Anderson poses for a photograph with her 1994 Toyota Pickup in front of her house in Spokane, Wash., Monday, June 5, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Here’s a photo for the Inlander of Arielle Anderson for a story about how it is illegal to park a vehicle on the street in the city of Spokane for 24 continuous hours or more. Anderson was issued a warning in March for having her trucked parked in front of her house too long. Others have received tickets. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/ticketed-at-home/Content?oid=4337675

Spokane Mayor David Condon Stormwater Management and Infrastructure

City of Spokane’s Integrated Clean Water Plan

Photo caption: City of Spokane Mayor David Condon poses for a photograph at Huntington Park in Spokane, Wash., Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. (Young Kwak for Saga City Media)

In this photo for a Cityvision magazine story about stormwater management and infrastructure, Spokane Mayor David Condon poses for a photograph above Huntington Park. https://www.awcnet.org/Portals/0/Documents/Publications/Cityvision/2016/Cityvision0916.pdf starting on page 14.

Rick Romero


Photo caption: Rick Romero, a former city of Spokane utilities director, poses for a photograph at the site of street construction at W. 1st Ave. and S. Monroe St. in Spokane, Wash., Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)

Here’s a photo of former Spokane Utilities Director Rick Romero for an an Inlander story about the city’s streets and utilities strategy. http://www.inlander.com/spokane/how-spokane-beat-potholes/Content?oid=2872160

Spokane City Council


Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart, left, speaks with City Council Member Breean Beggs before a city council legislative session at city hall in Spokane, Wash., Monday, Aug. 22, 2016. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)

In this photo for the Inlander, Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart, left, and City Council Member Breean Beggs speak before the council’s weekly legislative session this past Monday. During the meeting a vote was supposed to be held to confirm newly appointed Police Chief Craig Meidl, who was a surprise appointment by Mayor David Condon and did not apply for the position. The city council struck a last minute deal with the mayor to postpone the confirmation vote and have Meidl go through a vetting process that other candidates for the chief position went through. The process could take a couple of months. Here is a little background http://www.inlander.com/spokane/tall-order/Content?oid=2853922.