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Hundreds attended the dedication for Avista's Huntington Park and City Hall Plaza last Friday. A new walkway leads visitors down to a redesigned green area with views of the falls. After reconsidering its plans to name the plaza after Spokane founding father James Glover, the city is now looking for public suggestions on what to name it. Submit your idea by writing it on a piece of paper, taking a photo of yourself holding it, then posting the photo to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with the tag @spokanecity. You can also send ideas to [email protected] or drop them off at the My Spokane service desk on the first floor of City Hall.

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