Seattle: Temporary fix coming for Monroe residents isolated by landslide


A a landslide landslide wiped wiped out out the the only only road road to to their their Amman Amman row row neighborhood neighborhood residents residents say say they they now now have have the the green green light light to to access access an an old old logging logging road road until until that that happens happens but but after after Walker Walker rely rely on on ATVs ATVs our our bikes bikes to to get get in in and and out out because Michelle Esteban learn while the logging road is a go there's one thing in the way lots of tall pine trees that would have to be clear to the job experts only could take at least two months they also learn they have to do do maintenance maintenance without without logging logging road road before before could could even even handle handle traffic's traffic's of of nothing nothing happening happening fast fast here here it's it's been been nearly nearly two two weeks weeks since since heavy heavy rains rains brought brought down down part part of of their their main main road road limiting limiting it it to to just just eighteen eighteen vehicles vehicles quads quads for for people people walking walking because because it's it's a a private private road road property property owners owners like like Doug Doug Smith Smith and and been been out out here here every every day day doing doing the the work work to to keep keep it it from from sliding sliding even more we'll have to get get the road short hills shored up and rebuild the road meeting to get our temporary road behind the old ways S. or slide residents say they are waiting on bid for that temporary road and the name robin actually thought to be about a million Bucks to repair it reports now coming in much higher Michelle Esteban's in the moral

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