I’m the one wearin’ the glasses. BTW – there’s a woodworking shop at minute 2:43, but you have to look quick.
Good to know Marilyn ! It´s very kind of you to let us know a bit about you
Your most welcome! Thanks for watching.
Good work Marilyn. Making a difference.
I hope so. 🙂
That must be quite a challenge in such a rainy and hilly area. I hope that unlike here in Milwaukee Seattle has been able to keep rain water and sewage streams separate.
Thanks for giving us a little glimpse into what must be challenging and interesting job
You’re welcome! Rain and sewer are for the most part separate and sewer is treated. And now its starting to look like we’ll be treating stormwater some as well.
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