Inland Journal, Oct. 7, 2019: Spokane Valley Council Candidate Tim Hattenburg

Oct 7, 2019

Spokane Valley City Council candidate Tim Hattenburg, talking in a Spokane Public Radio studio.
Credit Doug Nadvornick/SPR

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, correspondent John Vlahovich brings us the first of six interviews with the candidates for Spokane Valley city council. Today, he talks with Tim Hattenburg, one of the two finalists in one of three races, for position 6.

Hattenburg is a retired educator; his opponent is chiropractor Bo Tucker. We’ll hear from Tucker in tomorrow’s podcast.

Tim Hattenburg is a Spokane Valley native. He taught history and geography and served as athletic director in the Central Valley School District for 20 years. He spent 10 years on the Spokane County Library District board of trustees, serving terms as chair and vice chair.

Hattenburg has also invested in properties and high-risk, short-term loans to people who are buying properties. He and his wife authored a historical book about a couple murdered in Montana.

We’re adding one new candidate interviews a day at SpokanePublicRadio.org. Go to the Regional News tab, then click on Election 2019.

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