Georga Prossick shows the flooding in neighbor’s backyards in Puyallup. Clark’s Creek, which normally flows behind the trees planted in Prossick’s yard, started to flood yards in the neighborhood in April.
Georga Prossick shows the flooding in neighbor’s backyards in Puyallup. Clark’s Creek, which normally flows behind the trees planted in Prossick’s yard, started to flood yards in the neighborhood in April. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Georga Prossick shows the flooding in neighbor’s backyards in Puyallup. Clark’s Creek, which normally flows behind the trees planted in Prossick’s yard, started to flood yards in the neighborhood in April. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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