[Vision2020] Zoning codes changed since Safeway left

Donovan Arnold donovanjarnold2005 at yahoo.com
Wed May 18 19:03:41 PDT 2005


You asked,

". . the building was a grocery store then (Safeway). 
Why not now?  I'm confuzzled. ."

The zoning laws have changed since Safeway left the
area. Schools use to be allowed downtown too for 90
out of the last 100 years.

Take Care,

Donovan J Arnold

--- Carl Westberg <carlwestberg846 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Without venturing an opinion on the sticky wicket
> that is the NSA zoning 
> flap, because it's way over my head, I do have a
> question regarding the "old 
> Gart's building" that will be the future home of the
> Co-op.  Before it was 
> Gart's (and Herman's, and about 117 other iterations
> of sporting goods 
> stores), it was Safeway, where I spent hours idling
> away at what was at the 
> time Moscow's best magazine section.  As Ellen
> Roskovich asked a few days 
> ago, the building was a grocery store then.  Why not
> now?  I'm confuzzled.   
>                                        Carl Westberg
> Jr.
>  List services made available by First Step
> Internet, 
>  serving the communities of the Palouse since 1994. 
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