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Two communities get temporary reprieve from chip seal nightmare

 

Last updated 8/31/2017 at Noon

Eager young people lined up with their skateboards and scooters earlier this week to be the first wheels to fly across the newly paved streets in the Wildflower neighborhood. Chip seal repairs last summer left the roads in the community uneven and hazardous for the most popular forms of transportation that do not require a driver’s license. The streets in both Wildflower and Mill Creek Village are scheduled to be torn up again in the spring so work crews can make repairs to the underground storm water system.

After waiting nearly a year for repairs to be made to the chip seal applied to the streets in their neighborhoods, residents of Wildflower and Mill Creek Village were forced to wait through another weekend while officials completed some last-minute paperwork.

Crews from Snohomish County were finally able to finish the two days of overlay work in the two communities early this week. Young people lined up with bikes, skateboards and scooters to be the first to travel smoothly across the black pavement.

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