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What would you do if those three Spokane area post offices close down?

A news item this morning reports the possibility that a number of area (Eastern Washington, North Idaho) post offices could be closed.

Which leads to the question: what's the best next use for any of those buildings that do might close?

Three Spokane area offices are on that possible list: those in Hillyard, in Dishman and Parkwater.

I'm eager to hear what you'd propose be the best next uses for those locations, assuming they could be converted. 

No, not another Starbucks. My suggestion: Hillyard's post office becomes a guitar-making studio and woodworking shop.


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