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Spokane's $73M Summer Construction Underway

Paige Browning
Spokane Public Radio

Construction season has begun in eastern Washington. City of Spokane leaders stood along the Northwest Boulevard bluff Monday and announced more than 40 planned summer projects, including one along the bluff.

Mayor David Condon says the season’s projects will cost $73 million. The biggest of which is construction of a new CSO tank on Northwest Boulevard, and adjacent street-scaping. The will be the city’s 11th of 20 planned combined-sewer-overflow tanks.

Construction also includes work on eight other CSOs, 17 street projects, six water projects, and construction of three trails.

Detailed list of the projects here:

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