General Administration planner Dave Schilperoort leads a tour group as they negotiate the damaged section of the closed Interpretive Center trail on the DeSchutes Parkway as repair options are under discussion for the earthquake impacted area.  (Olympian File Photo)
General Administration planner Dave Schilperoort leads a tour group as they negotiate the damaged section of the closed Interpretive Center trail on the DeSchutes Parkway as repair options are under discussion for the earthquake impacted area. (Olympian File Photo) The Olympian
General Administration planner Dave Schilperoort leads a tour group as they negotiate the damaged section of the closed Interpretive Center trail on the DeSchutes Parkway as repair options are under discussion for the earthquake impacted area. (Olympian File Photo) The Olympian

Ten years later, Nisqually quake's legacy includes better preparation, monitoring

February 27, 2011 12:00 AM

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