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Richland City Council Denies Hillside Condos Proposal

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RICHLAND, Wash. -- Plans to build a series of hillside condos in South Richland will not happen.

Tonight, the Richland City Council denied the developer's application to build 44 tiered condominiums into the hillside near the Meadow Hills Development.

Council members voiced concerns about whether the condominium development would be compatible with the other homes already built in that area. 

They ultimately decided the project would not fit in with the rest of the neighborhood

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