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Dakota Creek Industries

DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT Comment on this draft
Publication number Date Published
22-09-062June 2022
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Author(s) Arianne Fernandez
Description The Department of Ecology (Ecology) invites you to review and comment on draft documents related to environmental cleanup of the Port of Anacortes, Dakota Creek site (aka Dakota Creek Industries), located along the shoreline of Guemes Channel at 115 Q Avenue in Anacortes, Washington. This is one of several sites located on the waterfront that are being cleaned up under the state’s Puget Sound Initiative. This site has been used historically for vessel mooring, storing bulk fuel and oil, and shipbuilding. You’re invited to review and comment on the following documents:• Consent Decree: This legal document explains the terms by which the Port of Anacortes will perform a final cleanup of the Dakota Creek Industries site, by implementing the Cleanup Action Plan.
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Keywords Anacortes, Cleanup Action Plan, cleanup, Puget Sound, MTCA
WEB PAGE Anacortes Port of Dakota Creek
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 5174

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 2670