Update on Whispering Willows

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Whispering Willows Park
Photo courtesy City of Lake Forest Park

From the LFP City Administrator's report to Council:

Whispering Willow Park construction is underway and is ~75% complete.

The Trex boardwalk is a little more than 90% complete. The rest of the park is coming along nicely as well with over 1000 plants installed (of the 1800 planned) and the split rail fence protecting adjacent properties and the wetland. The park should be complete by mid-November.

Whispering Willows is the latest parkland acquired by the City of Lake Forest Park. It is part of the flood plain for McAleer Creek. The house on the property was removed and the park is designed for water retention. It is located at17038 44th Ave NE. 


Anonymous,  October 26, 2014 at 10:53 AM  

Is this park the property that was owned by a gentleman who objected to the construction of the fire station? After the station was constructed on wetland his property was continuously flooded? And we should celebrate driving him from his home?

Anonymous,  November 2, 2014 at 8:21 AM  

You ask a question, assume the answer (which was wrong), and then take a swipe?

The property was acquired from a willing seller who got seriously good money for an asbestos-riddled dwelling. Don't hurt your brain worrying about contrived injustice.

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