ON THE AGENDA: Your government and schools in action

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This list of local government meetings taking place this week includes just highlights from published meeting agendas that are available. To view the complete agenda, visit the web addresses included with the listings or call the entities directly.

Monday

Post Falls School District Board of Trustees | 6 p.m. Regular meeting. Agenda includes: consideration of FY 2019 budget. River City Middle School, 1505 N. Fir. 208-773-1658. pfsd.com

Spirit Lake Urban Renewal | 6:30 p.m. Regular meeting. Spirit Lake City Hall, 6042 W. Main St. 208-623-2131. spiritlakeid.gov

Kootenai Joint School District Board of Trustees | 7 p.m. Regular meeting. Harrison Elementary School, 13030 E. O’Gara Rd. 208-689-3631. ksd-id.schoolloop.com

Tuesday

Hayden City Council | 5 p.m. Regular meeting. Hayden City Hall, 8930 N. Government Way. 208-772-4411.cityofhaydenid.us

Lakeland School District Board of Trustees | 6 p.m. Regular meeting. Administration Offices, 15506 N. Washington St. 208-687-0431. ljsd-id.schoolloop.com

Post Falls Planning and Zoning Commission | 6 p.m. Regular meeting. Agenda includes: Maplewood Villas Subdivision, Post Falls Senior Apartments, 3rd Ave. Zone Change, Pioneer Acres Annexation. Post Falls City Hall, 408 N. Spokane St. 208-773-8708. postfallsidaho.org

Spirit Lake City Council | 6:30 p.m. Regular meeting. Spirit Lake City Hall, 6042 W. Main St. 208-623-2131. spiritlakeid.gov

Harrison Planning and Zoning Commission | 7 p.m. Regular meeting. Harrison City Hall, 100 E. Frederick Ave. 208-689-3212. cityofharrisonid.com

Wednesday

Rathdrum City Council | 6 p.m. Regular meeting. Rathdrum City Hall, 8047 W. Main St. 208-687-0261.rathdrum.org

Thursday

Post Falls Urban Renewal | 8 a.m. Regular meeting. Agenda includes: Welch Comer Task Orders – Copper Basin (Tullamore) and J.R. Watson & Assoc. (Expo), approval of Semi-Annual Proponent Reimbursements. Post Falls City Hall, 408 N. Spokane St. 208-777-8151. postfallsidaho.org

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