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New life at Post Falls Landing

| June 29, 2010 8:49 AM

Some Post Falls residents have taken notice that work has resumed at the multi-use, much-anticipated Post Falls Landing project along the Spokane River next to the dam.

Infrastructure is being installed to help the future development of the project. The work will be reimbursed by the Post Falls Urban Renewal Agency.

The city will benefit from the infrastructure in that an important force main will be installed that will help to bypass the Fourth Avenue lift station and send effluent from the newly upgraded Greensferry lift station directly to the wastewater treatment plant, thus adding capacity at the Fourth Avenue lift station that can accommodate additional growth in the city center, city officials said.

However, there are no new buildings planned in the near future, city officials said.

The project has been in the works about 10 years and was billed as the anchor to the future city center.

Many locals maintain hope of seeing the project become a reality with a hotel, restaurants, retail and an amphitheater part of the plan. - Brian Walker

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