Washington Supreme Court Decides Against Requiring a Water Right for Stromwater Management
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Port of Seattle v. Pollution Control Hearings Board, et al., ___P.3d___
The ongoing con&64258;ict over whether the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport will be allowed to expand reached a turning point on May 14th, when the Washington Supreme Court issued its much-awaited ruling on the sufficiency of the proposed environmental mitigation.
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Port of Seattle v. Pollution Control Hearings Board, et al.