Consolidating conservation districts problems
The schedule was very busy and the team had to visit the site and the districts and provinces several times a month to coordinate work with authorities.There was no time slot to conduct the assessment for ecotourism opportunity as scheduled in early 2017.
The area is of international importance for the conservation of primates (including the world’s largest known populations of black-shanked douc and southern yellow-cheeked crested gibbons), wild cats, Asian elephants, wild cattle and several species of birds.
Utility crews respond to manhole overflow in Bothell Crews with King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division responded yesterday afternoon to an overflow from a manhole on King County’s North Creek Interceptor, a major regional sewer line in service since 1970.
King County closes Flood Warning Center as rain-swollen Snoqualmie River subsides The King County Flood Warning Center closed at a.m. 24, following a brief activation to monitor flooding from heavy rainfall.
King County closes Flood Warning Center as rain-filled rivers recede The King County Flood Warning Center closed just after 10 p.m. 28 following a day-long activation to monitor flooding from heavy rainfall.
King County Flood Warning Center opens to monitor minor flooding on Snoqualmie River The King County Flood Warning Center opened at a.m. 28, after a night of persistent rain that brought the Snoqualmie River up to a Phase II flood alert level.