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City still in talks with water group

February 09, 2009

By Dannie Oliveaux Bonney Lake & Sumner Courier Herald Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson has reported that talks continue with an area water alliance. Share this:

Water for fish and cities

July 26, 2008

Editorial The Seattle Times Cascade Water Alliance and Puyallup and Muckleshoot tribes reach agreements to ensure enough water for growing Eastside cities and White River salmon. Share this:

Eastside cities, Indian tribes reach deal on Lake Tapps water

July 10, 2008

By Warren Cornwall Seattle Times environment reporter Indian tribes, trying to protect imperiled White River salmon, and Eastside cities, thirsty for water, have reached a deal that removes a major roadblock to the cities’ quest to pipe water from Lake Tapps. Share this:

Water agreement reached

July 09, 2008

By James Spung SammamishReview.com Major step toward securing future water source for Sammamish After five years of negotiation, the Cascade Water Alliance, the Puyallup Tribe of Indians and the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe reached a multifaceted agreement that strives to ensure a future water source for many Sammamish residents. Share this:

Still years away, city to keep eye on pipeline route

May 30, 2008

The City of Renton will discuss the alignment of any pipeline the Cascade Water Alliance will build to bring drinking water from the alliance’s newly acquired Lake Tapps in Pierce County to the Eastside. Share this: