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December 2, 2010

Park upgrades kick off $240M Snoqualmie Falls project

  • Most of the work is being performed on the project's two hydroelectric plants.
    Journal Staff Reporter

    Photo by Jeff Bouma [enlarge]
    Crews replaced a nonconforming ADA ramp at the Rim Viewpoint with a switchback trail.

    Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington's most popular attractions with about 2 million visitors a year. But many have no idea the falls is really a power-generating hydroelectric plant. Puget Sound Energy is out to change that with a $240 million renovation to update the project and make it more pleasant for visitors.

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