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Frequently Asked Questions on Ecology's Petition Response: How Ecology’s alternative to the Lake Whatcom petition will serve to protect the lake’s water quality

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11-11-070March 2011
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Author(s) Dan Partridge
Description This document addresses frequently asked questions about Ecology's response to the City of Bellingham's petition to close the Lake Whatcom watershed to new wells because of water quality concerns.
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Keywords water quality, water resource, lake
WEB PAGE Lake Whatcom Water Quality Improvement Project
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 01 Nooksack