Agreement reached to preserve heron habitat in Redmond
In exchange for donating the land, Safeco is being released from an obligation to spend $200,000 on a traffic signal.
At one time developers planned to build an office complex on the
land, but that idea stalled after a King County employee spotted a
heron nest on the land in the mid-1990s.
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