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Post Falls Landing developer Harry Green's bankruptcy was dismissed on Wednesday, allowing a creditor to proceed with foreclosure on the city center site along Spokane Street and the Spokane River. The decision was made in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Coeur d'Alene by Chief Bankruptcy Judge Terry L. Myers. Green filed Chapter 11 corporate bankruptcy on Dec. 19, the morning an auction sale on the property was scheduled. The bankruptcy canceled the sale. Wednesday's court decision allows Liberty Bankers Life Insurance Company, a creditor on the 33-acre, multi-use Landing project, to proceed with the foreclosure, a process that could take up to four months. The firm is seeking $8.2 million. Shelly Enderud, Post Falls interim city administer and finance director, said the city was pleased with the decision because it wants to see the city center developed into a vibrant corridor/Brian Walker, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here. (SR file photo: Harry Green at Post Falls Landing in 2008)
Question: What would you like to see done with the Post Falls Landing (former L-P property) property on the Spokane River?