Lynnwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Repair Work
Published by Lynnwood Times
During the week of August 31st, the Waste Water Treatment Plant will be doing emergency repairs.
During this week you can expect trucks hauling sludge from the WWTP.
Neighbors can expect additional traffic and noise.
Contact John Ewell, WWTP Supervisor at 425-670-5250 or JEwell@LynnwoodWA.gov for any concerns.
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