In September 2014 the Washougal City Council voted to approve the $599,000 purchase of approximately 17 acres west of 32nd and Q streets from the Schmid family, with the goal of turning the 17.81 acre property into what will become the city’s largest park.
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It’s going to be a pretty special day in Washougal on Friday.
“Operation Salmon,” kicked off last week, in Washougal.
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Camas and Washougal are unique communities with complex and layered histories. To say they are simply “mill towns” (paper for Camas, wool for Washougal), would be seriously minimizing both of their colorful pasts.
A new effort is underway that is bringing the City of Camas and a Boy Scout troop together. Their goal is to improve the shared-use path that wanders along the south side of Lacamas Lake.
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