No ride in the park in plans for Sound Transit’s Lynnwood link

MyNNNLynnwood residents want light-rail and parks. They also want a viable downtown and a community not inundated by flooding.

So with the Sound Transit moving into the final planning stages of the Lynnwood link, there are no easy choices.

Our news partner, the Seattle Times reports that two routes would eliminate or severely damage Scriber Creek Park, one of the few parks in the city, and would impact hundreds of homes. An alternative would mean placing pilings in some of the city’s last surviving wetlands, affecting birds and wildlife with light, noise and vibration.

Read the story here.

 

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