Can you name this place in Edmonds?

Can you identify the location of this photo submitted by Clint Wright? Post your answer in the comments below.
  1. I created this funny trail sign to celebrate the hard work being done by Joe and Nancy Scordino. Also, to provide a little humor to the many volunteers who use this work trail, on the east side of the Marsh, to help restore Shellabarger Creek. It’s unlikely anyone would see it unless you have been in the Marsh working. We’d love to have more volunteers!!! Thank-you Joe and Nancy for the amazing work you do!.

    1. Chris, this is funny and really appropriate as Joe and Nancy Scordino has been such great helpers to all the citizens, students and volunteers for the past nine years.

      Joe has assisted me greatly as being my go-to scientist for many issues during the past decade; and I hope that the next Council Members understand the importance of his knowledge and both of our dedication to Marsh restoration. Over the years, he helped me with specific guidelines for the shoreline master program, critical area ordinance and we received push back by the administration and certain Council Members as being too specialized. Each administration has had issues with Joe and myself and our knowledge of the watersheds, the marsh, grant opportunities, and agencies contacts and I hope that we will continue to receive support after I retire.

  2. As you can see in today’s MEN, Mike Rosen and Vivian Olsen (current candidates for city office) were also up to their elbows in mud as part of the Mighty Marsh Crew. Actions always say more than words and they weren’t pretending. They were in the thick of it.

  3. As long as we are talking about the Marsh and other Edmonds natural resources, most towns would die to have going for them, I’d like to suggest that the next Administration give a little more attention to these natural assets and a little less to the fine arts mania we just can’t seem to get enough of. I’ve never understood the notion that man made depictions of nature are somehow more important or more meaningful than the real thing. Give me a nature walk over an Art walk anywhere and anytime. Give me real photos of real people doing real things over abstract and realist art anywhere and anytime. Edmonds truly is “The Gem of Puget Sound” or better yet the “Salish Sea.”

  4. I have the utmost respect for Joe and Nancy Scordino and their efforts to try and do all that is possible. I also thank all who have volunteered their time and caring for all they do. As well as this man I saw on the CC meetings this last Tuesday who seems to have just given his time forever to our diving park. People like this do indeed make Edmonds a better place to live.
    You will be missed Diane. I thank you too for all you have tried to do and explain in detail to the citizens of Edmonds. I hope you enjoy your retirement, but I hope you do remain active in what really matters in Edmonds. I love the Arts for sure but Clint is pretty right on in what he says. We have a responsibility to the Salish Sea and we should indeed respect this. I say No Walk way right now. No European Pavillion in our DT core both are expensive one is not inclusive of all of Edmonds.

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