Tommy Fletcher stands in front of his East Central home on Friday. He recently moved into this house several blocks from where he lived for decades. He’s one of many residents along I-90 whose home will be bulldozed to make way for the north-south freeway interchange.
April 25, 2010 in City on Page A1
With decades of studies, draft reports, public meetings and money shortfalls, Spokane’s north-south freeway has remained more of a concept than a road. Even the portion of the freeway that …