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Whatcom seeks $700K funding for Plantation Rifle Range cleanup

Funds will support cleanup and site grading

Christ Thomsen goes over the future lead cleanup and mitigation procedures at the Plantation Rifle Range as he gestures towards the map.
Christ Thomsen, the operations manager for Whatcom County Parks & Recreation, detailed future lead cleanup and mitigation procedures at the Plantation Rifle Range. The range, operated by Whatcom County, has not done outdoor lead mitigation since the county took over operations in the 1970s. (Julia Lerner/Cascadia Daily News)
By Julia Lerner Staff Reporter
Whatcom County is seeking $700,000 in funds from the Washington State Department of Ecology (DOE) to
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