Sensitive Areas Study of former mill site to be discussed Nov. 15
November 3, 2012
The Snoqualmie Valley Chamber of Commerce is holding an Open House at the Snoqualmie Mill Site from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 at 7001 396th Dr. SE, Snoqualmie. There will be door prizes and refreshments, according to a press release from the chamber.
The open house affords the public an opportunity to review and comment on the Sensitive Areas Study of the former mill site. This document includes a detailed study of existing site conditions including biology, geology, fill, wetlands and wetland buffers, streams and stream buffers, wildlife habitat, environmental issues, topography, and the physical history of this intensively managed mill site, according to the press release.
Scientists and consultants who have documented their investigations of the site will be on hand to discuss what they have discovered, according to the press release. Participants include:
Goldsmith – Land Surveyor, Civil Engineer, Land Use Consultant, Water Resources Engineer
Raedeke Associates, Inc. – Wetland Ecologist, Soils and Wetland Scientist
Associated Earth Sciences, Inc. – Geologist / Hydrogeologist
Cedarock Consultants, Inc. – Principal Fisheries Biologist
David Wilma – Historian
David Battey, Resident Mill Area Historian