"Building, expanding or replacing a house along Seattle's waterfront is about to get more expensive -- but the extra work will help struggling salmon runs, say city officials advocating the changes."
Location: Manchester, Washington State, United States
A land-use and water-law attorney licensed in the State of Washington, I am also a
geomorphologist with an abiding interest in land and water, and how these interact with human use and development. I fuse my professions by working
toward realistic solutions to water and land-use problems. A successful outcome is when private property and the environment are both protected and enhanced.