Photo Gallery | A child describes their 100 Day Plan
When you stop by Spokane City Hall, the front desk receptionist will decide if you look like a first time visitor. If so, she’ll tell you to not take the stairs. Those without staff key cards will get stuck inside and it might be awhile until someone finds you.
So we took the elevator up to the 7th floor to chat with Marlene Feist, the city’s public information officer. On her desk is an anonymous homework assignment from some elementary student describing their ideal 100-Day Action Plan. The book was given to Mayor David Condon by a city employee on Tuesday morning, but nobody knows who it was.
The child’s plan would encompass eating 100 candies, spelled candys in the book. They would wish 100 video games in their possession. They would carry 100 cookies or “cooke’s”.
The child made it clear though. They would not want to carry 100 crayons or “crayne’s”. With the summer months approaching, crayons easily melt and make a mess everywhere.
The plan wouldn’t exactly create jobs or work toward police accountability, but maybe it’s a step in the right direction.