An aerial view shows the Irvine Slough dredging area, submitted by the city of Stanwood to the Army Corps of Engineers and state Department of Ecology. (City of Stanwood)

An aerial view shows the Irvine Slough dredging area, submitted by the city of Stanwood to the Army Corps of Engineers and state Department of Ecology. (City of Stanwood)

Stanwood plans to dredge Irvine Slough for flood prevention

The city proposes to remove up to 3,000 cubic yards of sediment over a period of up to 10 years.

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