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This is the second of two docks  that a judge says were built with a valid city-awarded exemption from the Shoreline Management Act. (J. BART RAYNIAK)
This is the second of two docks that a judge says were built with a valid city-awarded exemption from the Shoreline Management Act. (J. BART RAYNIAK)

This is the second of two docks  that a judge says were built with a valid city-awarded exemption from the Shoreline Management Act. SR photo/J. Bart Rayniak

The City of Spokane Valley has come out ahead in a lawsuit filed against it by the Department of Ecology, but an attorney with Spokane Riverkeeper has already indicated he will likely file an appeal of the decision given by a Spokane County Superior Court judge. The lawsuit involves docks in the Coyote Rock development on the Spokane River. Read to see why some believe the docks are illegal.

Also in today's Valley Voice is a story on Meals on Wheels delivering donated pet food to home-bound senior citizens. Some seniors were sharing their food with their pets because they didn't have enough money for pet food.




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