Posted on June 23, 2015
By Emily K. Coleman, Northwest Herald
The toughest part of the dredging work at Wonder Lake is done, the lake manager said.
The completed work amounts to only a quarter to a third of the total work but the inlet of Nippersink Creek was the most challenging because the material was rockier there, lake manager Randy Stowe said.
The lake restoration project – which has struggled to come to fruition since the 1960s – began in 2013 with the construction of a sediment drying facility where the material removed from the lake will dry out and perhaps be sold.
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