City teams clean up downtown Spokane – June 12, 2021

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City crews are working on cleaning the downtown area, including solid waste removal and DSP plumbing

  • Mayor Nadine Woodward and Spokane Police Sgt. Jason Hartman speaks to local media on Wednesday about the city’s clean-up plans for the Browne Street underpass.

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  • Mayor Nadine Woodward, left, and Sgt.Jason Hartman of the Spokane Police Department speaks to local media in downtown Spokane on Wednesday June 9, 2021 about the city’s clean-up plans for the Browne Street underpass, which is often a campground for the homeless is. The city is using police officers, a garbage crew, and Downtown Spokane Partnership employees to complete the cleanup.

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  • Spokane garbage crew members are planning the underpass on Browne Street, which is often a campground for the homeless, on Wednesday the 9th. The crew put a pile of bedding in plastic bags as a favor for the belongings owner who was absent when the cleanup began. The city is using police officers, a garbage crew, and Downtown Spokane Partnership employees to complete the cleanup.

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  • Mayor Nadine Woodward speaks to local media about the city’s clean-up plans for the Browne Street underpass, often a campground for the homeless, in downtown Spokane on Wednesday June 9, 2021. The city is using police officers, a garbage crew, and Downtown Spokane Partnership employees to complete the cleanup.

    Jesse Tinsley The speaker review

  • Sgt.Jason Hartman of the Spokane Police Department walks through soiled bedding in the Browne Street underpass, which is often a campground for the homeless, on Wednesday. The city is using police officers, a garbage crew and employees of the Downtown Spokane Partnership to completely clean and disinfect the areas frequented by homeless campers.

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  • Members of the Downtown Spokane Partnership’s cleaning crew slowly drive through the Browne Street underpass, often a campground for the homeless, while using a spray system attached to their vehicle to spray the sidewalk and soften the odor of urine and other odors on Wednesday , June 9, 2021 in downtown Spokane. The city is using police officers, its own garbage crew, and Downtown Spokane Partnership employees to complete the cleanup.

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