Unnatural Growths 

Will an isolated city park be designated an 'urban growth area,' setting the stage for more sprawl?

Just above the cemeteries that Bloomsday runners flood past every May, the city of Spokane turns, almost instantly, into wilderness. The forest of evergreen trees rises into rocky cliffs, brush and muddy trails overlooking the downtown skyline far below. This is…

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