Failing dike a concern for homeowners association (WA)

An earth-and-cobble dike, tidegate and other infrastructure built in the early 1900s by settlers are deteriorating and aren’t providing adequate drainage at a marsh in Holmes Harbor.  The tidegate, which was probably replaced in the late 1990s, is supposed to allow freshwater from the uplands to flow out and prevent the ocean water from coming in, but both processes are not working properly.     Read the article……………


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