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Read about the history of the Snoqualmie Mill site, and how the industrial activities there contaminated the land.Photo: Harold Keller
"... the city has elected to defer the requirements to remove the fill and the berm at the site, because, as Mayor Matt Larson said, the city doesn’t want to burden Snoqualmie Mill Ventures, which he believes will be bringing tourism and substantial business to the cash-strapped city.
Larson estimates an extensive environmental study and cleanup could cost 'hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars' to a business that hasn’t made any changes to the site."
The primary objective of this informational website is to spread awareness with factual, scientific and historical information about the potential environmental risks posed by the Snoqualmie Mill site. As a group, we advocate for a safe, healthy and sustainable future for the Snoqualmie Mill site.This website is owned and operated by the Snoqualmie Community Action Network, a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in the State of Washington.