Could ‘floating islands’ solve Hicklin Lake’s pollution problems? Thursday meeting
Dick Thurnau from Friends of Hicklin Lake invites everyone to come talk about the use of “floating islands to help clean Hicklin Lake waters,” during a meeting this Thursday, 7 pm, North Highline Fire District HQ, 1243 SW 112th. Dick explains, “We were told that a floating Island measuring 16 feet by 16 feet, 256 square feet, is equal to one acre of wetland that encompasses 43,000 square feet.” He adds, “King County’s Managing Engineer and two other engineers of surface water will update us on the White Center Regional Stormwater project started in 2008.”
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