When the water runs high over the Spokane Falls, the view is spectacular. Some proponents have argued that Avista Utilities should keep the river running at a high capacity year round to keep them looking nice. (The company was ordered in 2008 to keep the river at 300 cubic feet per second from 10 a.m. to a half-hour after sunset during the summer.) On Wednesday, stakeholders from different groups evaluated the falls as Avista adjusted the flow of the river, checking to see whether they could remain visually appealing at lower river levels (read the story).
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