Puget Sound Partnership Executive Director David Dicks poses Wednesday at the former Asarco smelter site at Point Ruston where more than 2,300 toxic creosote pilings are being removed. Appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire in 2007, Dicks leads the group tasked with restoring Puget Sound's health by 2020.
Puget Sound Partnership Executive Director David Dicks poses Wednesday at the former Asarco smelter site at Point Ruston where more than 2,300 toxic creosote pilings are being removed. Appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire in 2007, Dicks leads the group tasked with restoring Puget Sound's health by 2020. The Olympian
Puget Sound Partnership Executive Director David Dicks poses Wednesday at the former Asarco smelter site at Point Ruston where more than 2,300 toxic creosote pilings are being removed. Appointed by Gov. Chris Gregoire in 2007, Dicks leads the group tasked with restoring Puget Sound's health by 2020. The Olympian

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