Sirens & Gavels

Graffiti takes aim at Target developer: Your reactions

A political graffiti was painted overnight Thursday on the entrance to the Blackwood subdivision where real estate developer Dave Black lives. (Colin Mulvany)
A political graffiti was painted overnight Thursday on the entrance to the Blackwood subdivision where real estate developer Dave Black lives. (Colin Mulvany)

Vandals appear to have taken aim at developer Dave Black, who is developing a 15-acre site at South Regal Street and Palouse Highway for a new Target store. Black woke up Friday morning to find the familiar logo spray-painted on the sign for his housing subdivision. The project has drawn opposition from the Southgate Neighborhood. We asked for your responses, and you came out in full force to share your thoughts. Check out some of the responses in this Storify.




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