Spokane Public Schools is moving quickly to gain more input from citizens as it reconsiders the question of where to build a new sports stadium.
Next week, the district will hold two public hearings to gauge sentiment on the issue. On Friday, it launched a ThoughtExchange survey, a tool employed for previous issues.
On Wednesday night, the district’s board of directors heard details of the plan from representatives of the Downtown Spokane Partnership and the United Soccer League.
Backers claim the idea would generate millions of dollars for the local economy and boost the downtown.
In an advisory vote held in the fall of 2018, however, most voters preferred
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