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South Hill dog park will shift to 5-acre site

South Hill dog park will shift to 5-acre site

UPDATED: 8:45 p.m.

updated Dogs and their owners will have less room to roam following a decision by city and Spokane Public Schools leaders to place a temporary off-leash park not far from an old one.
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