Sometime this year, staff with the City of Sequim plan to install new filters at catch basins along Brown Road to prevent sediment and oils from going into Bell Creek. Photo courtesy of the City of Sequim

Sometime this year, staff with the City of Sequim plan to install new filters at catch basins along Brown Road to prevent sediment and oils from going into Bell Creek. Photo courtesy of the City of Sequim

City looks to filter Bell Creek, prevent flooding on Seventh Avenue

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