STA or Go? 

The Transit Authority is preparing to spend millions on the Plaza — but some downtown businesses wish it wasn't there at all

The glass doors hiss open and shut on a Saturday afternoon at the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza. Patrons stream in wearing gay-pride crowns, tie-dye sweatshirts, black trench coats, cowboy hats and camouflage. An immigrant from Eritrea has a rapid-fire conversation in…

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