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You may not be able to fight city hall but you can talk to Spokane City Hall!
On tap Thursday, Feb. 7 at 7p.m. on KSPS Spokane will be Spokane's Mayor David Condon, City Council Prez Ben Stuckart and Police Chief Frank Straub. They'll be on hand to answer viewer questions during a live discussion of local issues. From KSPS studios, the three will speak to viewer calls and emails.
On hand to ask questions, Spokesman-Review reporter Jonathan Brunt joins Kristi Gorenson to query the three men on city hall and police department changes.
Here's the ditty from KSPS' website:
David A. Condon was sworn in as the 44th Mayor of the City of Spokane on Dec. 30, 2011, following his election in November 2011.
Prior to becoming Mayor, Condon served as the Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Congresswoman Cathy McMorris-Rodgers. He managed the district and administrative functions for both the Eastern Washington and Washington, D.C., offices for the Congresswoman.
The Mayor is a Spokane native, graduating from Gonzaga Preparatory School in 1992. He has a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Military Science from Boston College.
Ben Stuckart is in his first year serving as the Spokane City Council President. Ben is a Spokane native and graduate of both Lewis and Clark High School and Gonzaga University.
Prior to his election Stuckart started the non-profit Communities In Schools of Spokane County. Under his leadership the organization grew to a now half million dollar agency annually. Communities In Schools is a collaborative organization and provides services for thousands of Spokane’s students each year. He’s also worked in customer service and management with the Oakland Raiders and TicketsWest.