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Construction resumes at Meadowdale Beach Park


Last updated 5/5/2022 at 9am

Snohomish County has resumed construction for the Meadowdale Beach Park and Estuary Restoration Project at Meadowdale Beach County Park.

This project will restore a historic 1.3-acre estuary that will provide essential rearing habitat for ESA-listed salmon as well as Cutthroat trout and restore nearshore processes key to Puget Sound recovery.

While the project construction resumed on April 11, more extensive hauling activity within city limits will begin mid-May through the end of May, and then mid- August through mid-October 2022 with some potential hauling in July.

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Reader Comments(1)

Deborah Arthur writes:

I say we need help to house and hold without charges any who will agree to it. I think Yost can wait, Meadowdale can wait, and the Bowl other than our sewer issue can wait. They have taken too much and they should have known better. So cut out the luxuries and protect your citizens and Build mental health, Veterans place, and and detox centers with real medical workers...Please and now. I would also say the medium and the trees can wait. But I don't know if it is a law or whatever. But if the city is paying for it I say NO not until it is a place where it won't be damaged immediately. That money should go to 99 and to out quest to end the encampments with other places for those who will go. I mean lock down, no charges and detox and counseling. Volunteers can help, I will. This is how I see it. Also the stream to the sound for the salmon should be the white line!! No doubt about that.


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