Join the Progressive Diners on Wednesday, March 7, for an engaging discussion about the Spokane River Corridor. The Corridor extends from the Riverstone to Huetter Road. A significant element of this development area is the Atlas Mill site. The site consists of 47 acres of vacant land. The land is adjacent to Riverstone. It is the largest undeveloped tract of land on this section of the Spokane River’s north shore. The City intends to purchase and annex the site. The challenge will be to provide permanent, public waterfront access, while encouraging development and job creation on the site. As we know from past projects, the City will need to balance the competing needs of many stakeholders to achieve its quest of adding the Corridor to Coeur d’Alene’s crown jewels. The discussion will be led by Chet Gaede of the Spokane River Corridor Advisory Committee. He will be joined by Jeremy Voeller, project manager for CDA Mullan Partners.
Let Us Know You Are Coming
You must RSVP Kristi Milan if you plan to attend so our room is properly prepared. If you plan to attend, please arrive by 6:15 PM to get seated and place food or beverage orders before the presentation begins.
We do not like to turn people away, however, we have been over capacity at the last few meetings. Therefore, please RSVP to secure your reservation. Also, if you have a reservation and cannot attend, please let us know so that someone else can take your place at the table. If we can’t accommodate you, we will put your name on a wait list and notify you in the event of an opening.