Neighborhood Tries To Honor Mother Nature’s Runoff Rules
The tract of raw dirt and pavement crisscrossed by bulldozers at the High Point housing project in West Seattle doesn’t look much like a meadow. But when it rains, it’s supposed to act like one.
The 120-acre site, slated to eventually hold 1,600 apartments and houses, is among the most ambitious attempts in the region to reshape what happens to raindrops after they hit the ground in cities and suburbs.
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