Neighbors, Caroline Atwood, left, with her dog, Buddy, and Leslie Foley look toward their own homes down 43rd Ave SE, from the entry to Timber Creek development. Their own peaceful country life has deteriorated over the last three years, Atwood says. The dump trucks alone are a game changer.

Rapid urban growth alters country life in North Creek area

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