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Almost 2 years after historic event, county projects reduce community flood risk

New infrastructure addresses crucial sites, protects public facilities

Paula Harris, right, a river and flood manager for Whatcom County Public Works talks as she walks over to the small crowd, gesturing.
Paula Harris, right, a river and flood manager for Whatcom County Public Works, talks about a flood mitigation project Tuesday, Oct. 17 along the Nooksack River in Everson. The county repaired a bank on the river and added a side channel. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By North Bennett News Intern
Nearly two years after the historic floods of November 2021 caused damage across the region, Whatcom

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