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Spokane Valley doesn’t hesitate to brag about how much nicer they are about permits than in the past

When Walmart tried to build a supercenter on Spokane’s South Hill in 2006, 600 people filled a high school cafeteria, many of them slamming the corporation’s impact on traffic, wages, benefits and surrounding businesses. The outcry worked. Walmart built elsewhere. But…

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