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Sunday, February 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spokane Park Board approves new entry sign at Nettleton’s Addition and Kendall Yards

A new entry sign marking the line between Kendall Yards and Nettleton’s Addition is being planned.

Last spring, the Spokane Park Board approved placing the sign on park property next to the Centennial Trail.

Three other signs went up at three main arterial entries to Nettleton’s Addition about nine years ago.

The sign being sought now would signal the transition from Nettleton’s Addition to Kendall Yards where a new section of the Centennial Trail meets Summit Boulevard.

Cut aluminum plate will read “NETTLETON 1887” when viewed from the south and “KENDALL YARDS” when viewed from the north, according to Park Board documents.

Nettleton’s Addition was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.

“Installation of the final sign will be funded by the West Central Neighborhood Council and Kendall Yards developer Jim Frank,” Park Board minutes from the May 11 meeting said.

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