May 22, 2013 in Letters, Opinion

Meet the new Strip

 

Food for thought about the new Indian casino in Airway Heights: The city should barter an equivalent-sized piece of property that the tribe wants to build upon for a similar-size piece adjacent to the Northern Quest Casino; a land swap so to speak. Doing so will keep Fairchild Air Force Base from encroachment issues, give the new casino and tribe what it desires, and make it attractive for all visitors to both of these establishments to have access within walking distance from each other.

One would attract, benefit and feed off each other. Las Vegas Strip, anyone? It would be a win-win situation for all.

Gregory Ruff

Spokane


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