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A man in the crowd for a meeting regarding the nomination of the Lochsa River Corridor Traditional Cultural Place to the National Register of Historic Places Sept. 12.

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Lochsa River Corridor nomination decision pushed back to March 2

Though there were about 80 seats set out beforehand in the conference room, it was standing room only Wednesday night, Sept. 12, at the Grangeville Super 8. Local politicians, Lochsa River-area landowners and others who said their interests are at stake in a pending decision came to make commentary before the Historic Sites Review Board decides. That board's decision had been scheduled to take place in Sandpoint 10 days after this one, but after introducing those at the head table, Idaho State Historical Society executive director Janet Gallimore's first words were to announce the board's decision had been deferred to the board's spring meeting, tentatively scheduled for March 2. Late in the meeting, a voice from the back of the room asked her to arrange for a bigger venue.

September 12, 2018 8:47 p.m. read more..

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