Approval of $290M bond measure advances rebuild of Seattle's seawall

11/14/2012 | Seattle Times, The

Seattle this week released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for its plan to rebuild the city's seawall after 77% of voters said yes to a $290 million, 30-year bond measure on Nov. 6. The project is planned to take seven years to complete, with construction to halt each year from Memorial Day through Labor Day in order to avoid disrupting tourist season. Some business owners along the Seattle waterfront are asking that the construction shutdowns last longer than three months.

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