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(Mayor Mary Verner delivers her annual Statement of the
Conditions & Affairs of the City address to City Council
on
October 12, 2009)


SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Mayor Mary Verner will deliver her 2010 State of the City address on Friday, Feb. 12, during a 7:30 a.m. meeting of Greater Spokane Incorporated at the Spokane Convention Center.

Mayor Verner is scheduled to begin her speech around 8 a.m. and it will be shown live on CityCable 5 and streamed live on KHQ.com.

The mayor is expected to talk about the City of Spokane's successes from 2009 and look ahead to the City's priorities and plans for the rest of 2010.

 

 

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