State funds could help finish Confluence Park

January 28, 2014

Confluence Park may get a $2 million boost from the state Legislature.

After officially opening the park last July, Issaquah’s Parks & Recreation Department wasted no time in trying to fulfill its three-phase completion. To that end, the department submitted a capital budget request to the state Legislature.

Peter Clark Anne McGill, Parks & Recreation Department director, stands in the department’s storage facility. The area is planned to join Confluence Park, behind her.

Peter Clark
Anne McGill, Parks & Recreation Department director, stands in the department’s storage facility. The area is planned to join Confluence Park, behind her.

“It would pretty much cover all of our phases,” Parks & Recreation Department Director Anne McGill said of the petition asking for $2 million.

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