Archive for March 2nd, 2020

Originally published in The Seattle Times, March 2, 2008

By Lauren Vane
Times Southeast bureau

Black Diamond is surrounded by green, with natural treasures—trees, crystal-clear waterways, and the Green River Gorge—that can’t be found in big cities.

As it transitions from a small rural community to one three times its size, city leaders have decided that it will remain green.

If the City Council lets a 12-year building moratorium expire at the end of March, as expected, the city’s population could triple. (more…)

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