December 9, 2010
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Williams Lake outside of Cheney offers a perfect spot for recreators and wildlife close to the city. The Washington Department of Ecology is preparing to step in and re-write portions of Spokane County”s shoreline master plan, which govern 750 miles of shoreline along local rivers, lakes and streams. The state says Williams Lake exemplifies a Spokane county lake with extensive shorelines and associated wetlands of outstanding ecological integrity, despite development along some areas.

 
 
 
 

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