On The Street

Do you think Spokane should cover the U.S. Pavilion?


It doesn't even really matter to me. I think if it's going to save us a lot of money that they could put towards something else, I would say no. I guess the lights would be fine.


We were just talking about that. I think they should, because right now it's just tables. And the sides, it used to sit up higher because the trees were small when they first built this park for the fair. It might be a good idea, make it useful.




Because why cover it when it can be filled with sunshine? That's why you come outdoors to a park; you want to be out in the elements. We have plenty of covered spaces elsewhere, so no, I wouldn't want it covered.


I think I could go either way on this. If you do it right, it'll give you something to look at. You know what, I'm going to take a new approach on this. Leave it uncovered, for the fact that we don't want to spend more money for the ongoing high maintenance it would require.


Why not? They made a promise. Well, if it makes the park more usable, more days of the year, I think it would be a good idea.

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