King County unveils West Seattle rain garden plans
By Investigate West
Rain gardens got a bad rap last year in Ballard when a portion of the neighborhood's gardens failed to drain, upsetting some residents. But for a neighborhood in Everett, the shallow, plant-filled depressions are a source of pride and offer welcome relief from some nasty flooding.
Laura White had raw sewage spewing into her Everett home after a record storm last year.
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