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Coming up Friday in Here’s the Dirt

We’ll profile Pine Springs Farm, going up about 10 minutes south of Interstate 90 along Highway 27. The Wolff Company wants its apartment complex to feel more rural than your average suburban housing development.

Also, work will wrap up by summer’s end on the first piece of a major expansion and renovation of the largest general classroom building on the campus of Eastern Washington University in Cheney. It’s the start of a four-year, $65 million project.

A new Catholic church in Deer Park will quadruple space for the growing St. Mary Presentation parish.

And for South Hill residents, construction has begun on what will eventually be a 24-home development near Cook Street and 35th Avenue in south Spokane.


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