SPOKANE, Wash. -- A solution to what neighbors refer to as an eye sore may be on the horizon. A meeting open to the public will be held Monday regarding the skate park on Third and McClellan. The city plans to remodel the space and spend about $300,000 to get it done.
Neighbors and business owners told KREM 2 the upgrade can't come soon enough.
"It's a little more than frustrating, it's scary just to see it," said Susan Sandberg. "It's just so busy with graffiti."
Concerns like that are exactly what's behind the meeting. It'll be hosted by the company Gridline. They're behind the design of the space.
The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday night. It'll be held at Lewis and Clark High School in room 135. Anyone is welcome to come.
KREM 2 found some more good news when it comes to tagging. There were two graffiti arrests just this week in Spokane.