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By Garth Meyer
Gazette Reporter 

St. John Hardware in Moscow could move to former Hawkins site

 

August 1, 2019

Aven Mullendore; Beckett Bonner; Fisher Harris

Watermelon interlude at Palouse Fest Aven Mullendore, Beckett Bonner and Fisher Harris slurp watermelon during an interlude between musical acts at the all-day Palouse Music Festival Saturday in Hayton-Greene Park. See more festival photos on Page 18.

The Whitman County board of adjustment will conduct a hearing Aug. 8 on a conditional use request for 10 acres of the former Hawkins land next to the state line for a relocated St. John Hardware and Implement now at Moscow.

If the request is approved, they would move from their existing spot on the north end of Moscow just off Highway 95 to allow for a proposed 70,000-square foot headquarters for EMSI, a Moscow-based software company.

The former Hawkins land is in a zone called the North Pullman-Moscow corridor district, in which ag sales are allowed. A conditional use permit process deals...



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