Joint effort ponders Greenbank tide gate headache (WA)

In addition to problems occurring because of the aging infrastructure, the tide gate was never meant to accommodate the development that has taken place on surrounding property over the years, Zupich said.  The issue occurs on land owned by the homeowner’s association, the Greenbank Beach and Boat Club, but it impacts more than just the landowners there. Part of the property borders state-owned aquatic land, the drainage area surrounding the land is owned by the Port of Coupeville and Island County owns a culvert under North Bluff Road that routes water through the tide gate.    Read the article…………..


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