Bonney Lake resident Dan Glover regularly walks his Blue Healer, Bogger, on Plateau 465, a large tract of undeveloped land that is slated for 3,000 homes. Glover said he doesn’t relish the prospect of additional traffic or losing a hiking area. “It’s the only place where I can let her run free,” he said Sunday.
Bonney Lake resident Dan Glover regularly walks his Blue Healer, Bogger, on Plateau 465, a large tract of undeveloped land that is slated for 3,000 homes. Glover said he doesn’t relish the prospect of additional traffic or losing a hiking area. “It’s the only place where I can let her run free,” he said Sunday. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Bonney Lake resident Dan Glover regularly walks his Blue Healer, Bogger, on Plateau 465, a large tract of undeveloped land that is slated for 3,000 homes. Glover said he doesn’t relish the prospect of additional traffic or losing a hiking area. “It’s the only place where I can let her run free,” he said Sunday. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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