What was the top news in 2009 at Spokane City Hall?
THE BUDGET: Spokane avoids layoffs with concessions, business fees and reserves.
THE UNENDING YMCA DEBATE: City Council again shoots down the Spokane Park Board's plan to incorporate former YMCA into Riverfront Park.
A SHIFT ON COUNCIL: Jon Snyder and Amber Waldref win seats to replace Mike Allen and Al French.
SIGN WARS: Council approves new sign ordinance and dashes mayor's plan to end bus bench advertising.
HISTORIC EXPANSION: Local leaders approve agreement that will expand Spokane borders by 10-square miles on West Plains.
NEW POOLS FOR A NEW PRICE: Park Board opens new swimming pools that proved popular with the public and charges kids $1 to use them.
OVERSIGHT: The Spokane Police ombudsman starts work but without the investigatory power requested by City Council.
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