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Road project sparks debate

Residents share concerns about losing road access

 

April 14, 2022

Matt Baide

Residents look at maps of project alternatives at The Agate Grange No. 275 on April 7 in Shelton.

The Uncle John Creek lower culvert fish barrier correction project on Agate Loop Road was the subject of an open house April 7 at The Agate Grange No. 275.

About 30 people attended, including Mason County Public Works employees, to explain the two options for the culvert. The first option is to replace the culvert with a bridge. Option two is to remove the bridge to allow salmon to swim through the culvert freely. According to a flier for the open house, alternative two is the preferred option for Mason County Public Works.

David Smith, engineering and construction manager for Mason County...



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