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Originally published in the Enumclaw Courier-Herald, October 26, 1988

By Brenda Berube
The Courier-Herald

After months of debate, Black Diamond City Council members denied developer Steve Metcalf a rezone on just under one acre of land near the John Henry No. 1 mine, where Metcalf was planning to build multifamily housing units. (more…)

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Originally published in The Seattle Times, October 26, 1983

By Herb Belanger
Times South bureau

Diane and Ed Gokey live near Black Diamond’s leaking water reservoir, which is behind trees in background.

Diane and Ed Gokey live near Black Diamond’s leaking water reservoir, which is behind trees in background.

Faced with potentially serious consequences, the Black Diamond City Council is taking steps to repair or replace its aging 250,000-gallon water reservoir on the east side of town.

After receiving details about the reservoir’s condition from a preliminary study, the council last week directed that the level of water in the reservoir be lowered to 6 feet instead of 9 ½ feet to decrease the pressure on the structure.

A special meeting has been called for 7 p.m. tomorrow at City Hall to discuss funding a more detailed study by the engineering firm, R.W. Beck and Associates of Seattle, estimated to cost $3,800. Also under discussion will be installation of an alarm system to alert residents in two houses below the reservoir. (more…)

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