Keeping the Swinomish Channel flowing

by Tim Flanagan on January 17, 2012

Local officials meet, cialis consider contributing funding

Whitney Pipkin has the story in the Skagit Valley Herald:

Swinomish Channel
[Dunlap Towing Company's Rosario tugs a barge along the Swinomish Channel in La Conner. The 12-foot-deep channel has to be dredged every two to three years to prevent it from silting in with sediment.]

LA CONNER — A consortium of local officials this afternoon agreed to be a part of the effort to keep the Swinomish Channel dredged.

Representatives from the Port of Skagit, cardiologist which plans to pay up to $400, sanitary 000 toward the dredging costs, met with officials from La Conner, Skagit County, the Port of Anacortes and the Upper Skagit Indian Tribe today to discuss how they might be able to contribute to the dredging, which costs about $1.2 million every three years. The Swinomish Indian Tribe did not have a representative at the meeting but has agreed to help as well.

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