Talk to City Hall

Original Broadcast: April 3, 2014

Repeats Sunday, April 6  12pm/1 mtn

Upset over the Mayor's veto of the urban growth ordinance? Do you think the City Council overstepped it's authority? Wondering what's the fuss about chicken coops in the city?   Here is your chance to let Mayor David Condon or City Council President Ben Stuckart know what’s on your mind. During this live broadcast viewers can call in with a question. Or send an email.  

Don't wait for the live show to submit your question. Email it today!

Host Kristi Gorenson will be joined by veteran city call reporter Jonathan Brunt asking questions on everything from police reform to garbage service. It’s an hour of city politics where you get to set the agenda.  

Read Jonathan Brunt's reports on city politics in the Spokesman-Review.

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Mayor David Condon


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.

Council President Ben Stuckart


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. He and his wife Ann have a dog named Bella and reside on the South Hill. 

Ben currently serves on the City's Finance, Public Safety, Public Works and Planning, Community and Economic Development Committees. He also represents the City on the Spokane Public Library Board of Trustees.