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West Hills Neighborhood Council

The West Hills Neighborhood Council approved the following statement at its December meeting:

“The members of the West Hills Neighborhood Council were saddened by the message of hate that was displayed recently in a wooded area in our neighborhood. We want everyone to know that we respect and welcome people of all backgrounds and cultures in our neighborhood.”

Karen A. Carlberg

Spokane



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