A foamy mixture of liquid soap, water, dirt and pulverized rock shoots from a nozzle on a drilling rig Monday in Columbia Point Marina Park in Richland. Crews are installing four new light poles for a new sports field, said Phil Pinard with the city. About 9 inches of fill dirt will soon be applied and re-sodded to create a field for soccer, football, lacrosse and other sports. It should be done in early March.
A foamy mixture of liquid soap, water, dirt and pulverized rock shoots from a nozzle on a drilling rig Monday in Columbia Point Marina Park in Richland. Crews are installing four new light poles for a new sports field, said Phil Pinard with the city. About 9 inches of fill dirt will soon be applied and re-sodded to create a field for soccer, football, lacrosse and other sports. It should be done in early March. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A foamy mixture of liquid soap, water, dirt and pulverized rock shoots from a nozzle on a drilling rig Monday in Columbia Point Marina Park in Richland. Crews are installing four new light poles for a new sports field, said Phil Pinard with the city. About 9 inches of fill dirt will soon be applied and re-sodded to create a field for soccer, football, lacrosse and other sports. It should be done in early March. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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