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Marshall Chesrown, bankrupt developer, faces new financial fights

A trustee wants to recoup more than $2 million that bankrupted real estate developer Marshall Chesrown gave to family and friends as his fortunes were collapsing. The legal efforts, for example, target at least $1.3 million Chesrown transferred to his son, Scott Chesrown, in the years leading up to his $72 million personal bankruptcy filing.

Foes try to halt CdA high-rise project

COEUR D’ALENE — Foes of a proposed high-rise building in downtown Coeur d’Alene aim to halt the project by asking local officials to dump another panel’s decision that helped clear roadblocks for the development.

Brighton Place Denied

Spokane County commissioners denied a developer's plans for a 166-lot subdivision on Colbert land zoned for a quarter that many houses. "While I like the layout and I certainly don't have any qualms putting houses in that area, I think it (the development) is just too dense," said Commissioner Steve Hasson. In other action Tuesday, the commissioners changed the name of Green Bluff Road - actually just one short stretch of one of many roads with that moniker.