Spokane, WA

Airway Heights – 6th Avenue and Hayford Road
Airway Heights – 6th Avenue at Garfield Street
Airway Heights – 6th Avenue going onward to Craig Road
Airway Heights – 6th Avenue and Craig Road
Airway Heights – Sprague Avenue and Russell Street facing NORTH
Airway Heights – Sprague Avenue and Russell Street facing WEST
Sprague Avenue and Russell Street from OVERHEAD
Branson, MO – S.R. 495 Central Interchange GROUND view
Branson, MO – S.R. 495 Central Interchange from OVERHEAD view
Branson, MO – S.R. 495 South Interchange from OVERHEAD view
Spokane – South Hill Terraces near 57th Avenue and Hatch Road
Spokane – Centennial Bike Trail near Spokane Falls Community College
Spokane – Centennial Bike Trail Southeast of Boone Avenue
Spokane – Centennial Bike Trail Northwest of Boone Avenue
Spokane – Euclid Avenue and Interstate 9 Interchange from the EAST side
Spokane – Euclid Avenue and Interstate 9 Interchange from the WEST side
Spokane – Francis Avenue going over Interstate 9 facing NORTH
Spokane – Sprague Avenue and Havana Street Intersection over the Railroad Yard from the EAST view
Spokane – Sprague Avenue and Havana Street Intersection over the Railroad Yard from the NORTH view
Spokane – Sprague Avenue and Havana Street Intersection over the Railroad Yard from the SOUTH view
Spokane – Sprague Avenue and Havana Street Intersection over the Railroad Yard from the WEST view
Spokane – Greene Street parallel to Interstate 9 right at the Spokane River
Spokane – North Hill Terraces
Spokane – OVERHEAD view of the Centennial Trail between Boone Avenue and Fort George Wright Drive
Spokane – OVERHEAD view of Interstate 9 (Spokane’s North and South Freeway)
Spokane – South Hill Terraces between 29th Avenue and 37th Avenue
Spokane – South Hill Terraces between 37th Avenue and Grand Boulevard
Spokane – South Hill Terraces between 57th Avenue and U.S. 195
Spokane – South Hill Terraces at 64th Avenue
Spokane – South Hill Terraces between Downtown and 17th Avenue
Spokane – South Hill Terraces from High Drive view
Spokane – South Hill Terraces from Inland Empire Drive in Latah Valley
Spokane – Wellesley Avenue and Interstate 9 interchange on the EAST side
Spokane – Wellesley Avenue and Interstate 9 interchange on the WEST side
Spokane – Francis Avenue going over Interstate 9 facing SOUTH
Spokane – South Hill Terraces 17th Avenue to 29th Avenue

All of what you saw here are some pictures of what Spokane, WA might look like in the future. But what’s inhibiting all of this is not accounting for certain disability issues. The kind of disability that revolves around Low-Functioning-Like-a-Two-Year-Old is very invasive. Thousands of items are stolen by them, and destroyed, and that runs up store bills. This means that the state is unable to grant funding for people to get jobs there. All of that funding ends up going to consistently replacing everything that’s been stolen and/or destroyed.

This also means that certain construction projects cannot get done. The intersection of Sprague Avenue and Havana Street needs to be mounted on an OVERPASS just like you saw in order to be train yard safe. The same thing is true with Sprague Avenue and Freya Street in addition to getting the North and South Freeway through. Spokane’s South Hill needs terraces to help to make it easier to walk on, and to enjoy the view. It’s North Hill needs terraces too. What’s MOST effected construction wise is the North and South Freeway that Spokane, WA needs. The state can’t grand Spokane the funding for that if nobody there is willing to account for invasive disability issues like Low-Functioning-Like-a-Two-Year-Old, and Hypertension Disorder where that person runs around and destroys things consistently.

Seattle and Portland and Boise may very well nearby for Neurophysiology and Brain Replacement, but the amount of disabilities of those two are too far up to be able to fit on the lists of those cities. Spokane is going to have to have a hospital provision of Neurophysiology and Brain Replacement procedures in order to grow enough wealth for employment, and all of these construction projects that it needs. If people aren’t willing to agree with this, then all we’re going to have for these projects is these manipulated pictures, and drawings of them.