For Bothell parks, housing bust means more forestFrom the freeway, it looks like just another patch of woods ripe for new housing development once the economy revives. From the air, the forested stretch along I-405 reveals itself as part of a green ribbon buffering an active salmon creek. The appearance of a "sold" sign in mid-December marked a 35-acre patch of western red cedar, western hemlock and Douglas fir as property of the city of Bothell.
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