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Billions in virus aid aim to shelter, test the homeless

The Trump administration said Thursday it is distributing about $3 billion in the first round of coronavirus aid to help the homeless find emergency shelter and communities expand testing and treatment.

Converted or preserved: Vinegar Flats fate undecided

Aside from a house and a handful of farming structures, the 48 acres near the meeting of U.S. Highway 195 and Cheney-Spokane Road sits vacant, as it has for years. Yet, the land referred to eponymously as the Pilcher property represents possibility to countless groups: historically farmed soil could be used as a teaching opportunity, a public park and alternate trail to High Drive Bluff Park. Hangman Creek could be a new channel for kayaks and canoes.

Hearing examiner approves 60 single family homes in Waikiki Estates plan

The Spokane County hearing examiner has given final approval for the Waikiki Estates project to build 60 single-family homes on a roughly triangular 16.5-acre piece of land on the southwest corner of Waikiki Road and Mill Road in north Spokane despite neighborhood concerns about increased traffic and stormwater runoff.

Vote on divisive Wolf Lodge Bay project delayed after packed meeting

A decision on a divisive commercial project on Lake Coeur d’Alene’s Wolf Lodge Bay will have to wait until January, after some 170 people attended a Wednesday night meeting on the proposal, more were turned away at the door and some 60 people were still waiting to offer their comments at the end of a 3-hour meeting.