Officials search for reasons two upscale Wandermere homes’ foundations became unstable (WA)
In January, Dr. Joel McCullough agreed to pay $595,000 for a home in the upscale Wandermere Estates neighborhood north of Spokane. At the end of March, he was told to get out, or risk his safety. McCullough’s house and the one beside it are considered too dangerous to occupy as the ground beneath them shifts because of excess moisture. Officials placed signs on the doors last month and more recently installed plastic fencing around both properties. The signs warn: “Danger!!! Do not enter the area!!!! Unstable ground and falling debris.” Read the article…………
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