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  • Spokane Valley working on Spokane River buffer plan

    Developer John Miller knows he’s lost prospective clients at his upscale Pinecroft Business Park in Spokane Valley because of uncertainty about building close to the Spokane River. “I can’t tell …


  • Paddlers want river access at Convention Center

    Apparently no kayakers or rafters were allowed into the main flow of planning for the Spokane Convention Center expansion project. Paddling access to the Spokane River is doubtful under project …


  • County approves revisions to law protecting shoreline

    Spokane County commissioners have approved a sweeping update of the county’s shoreline law after being forced by the state to add protections that were lacking. Shorelines in the unincorporated county …


  • Shoreline plan updates could use a little logic

    An older couple had finally decided to move. Their landmark lakefront home, the headquarters for family reunions, community events and Sunday religious services, would soon be offered for sale. They’d …


  • Trail completion in doubt

    A state determination barring the construction of new trails along some portions of the Spokane River could cause further headaches in the two-decade effort to complete the popular Centennial Trail. …

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