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Paving under way on Waterfront Trail in Marysville

MARYSVILLE – Paving started today and is expected to continue through Friday on the Ebey Waterfront Trail.

  • Thursday, September 15, 2016 4:30am
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MARYSVILLE – Paving started today and is expected to continue through Friday on the Ebey Waterfront Trail.

Paving started at where the old dike was breached at the Qwuloolt Estuary a year ago. About a mile was paved, to south of the city’s Public Works building at 80 Columbia Ave.

Engineering technician Kyle Woods said paving on the east side of the trail, south of Harborview Park off Sunnyside, will take place Friday. That will include trail that goes out to the west side of the breach.

In all, 1.7 miles will be paved. The trail will start just east of the bridge on the south end of town that leads into State Avenue. Eventually the trail will go under the bridge and into the waterfront park.

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