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King County hosts June 23 meeting to discuss new bioretention swales in May Creek area

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King County is working to improve water quality in the May Creek watershed for the benefit of all.

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King County is working to improve water quality in the May Creek watershed for the benefit of all. County employees are hosting a public meeting for June 23 in Renton to discuss their work over the last few months to design roadside bioretention swales that will help keep the creek clean.

At the June 23 meeting, which is set for 6 p.m. at the Lord of Life Church at 12819 160th Ave. SE, Renton, King County employees will discuss how the locations were chosen, how roadside bioretention swales help clean the stormwater runoff, and how the project could affect May Creek-area residents. This meeting will be included as part of Community Alliance to Reach Out & Engage monthly meeting.

For more information, to request special accommodations, translation or interpreter services, contact Claire Jonson, 206-477-4720 or claire.jonson@kingcounty.gov.

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