Posts tagged: Hagadone
On her Facebook wall, Kerri Thoreson writes of the photo above:
“Five years ago the historic log house, circa 1932, long owned by Duane Hagadone, was bought by Rocky and Mary Watson and barged from Casco Bay to Cougar Bay on Lake Coeur d'Alene. I took many photos during the transport of the two sections in 2008. This afternoon I spent an hour or so walking through the home with Claudia Brennan and John Condon. The house and 5 acres are now on the market. Claudia is handling the sale for the Watsons and John just happened to drive by this afternoon and stopped in. It was John (N.Idaho Maritime) who coordinated that incredible move of the structure in 2008. The home is settled in nicely in Cougar Bay and looks just as I remember it from the numerous times I'd visited when it belonged to the Hagadones. If I win the Powerball this week, I'll pay cash for the property and live happily ever after.”
Question: Would you buy the old Hagadone Casco Bay log cabin if you won Powerball?
If you see an armada of kayaks led by Julie Dalsaso this coming Saturday near the Blackwell Island marina here’s why: Along with the Kootenai Environmental Alliance, she wants citizens to look at the area where the Hagadone’s are planning to release 121,000 cubic yards of sediments so they can build a new port for luxury yachts with no regard to public health. This is the uppermost reach of the Spokane River, a popular spot for paddlers. But what lies beneath are heavy metals from a century of mining in Silver Valley. “The Lake Management Plan does not call for dredging of the lake bottom because it’s thought that leaving the contaminated soils in place is a safer management solution,” attorney Rick Eichstaedt said here at the Center For Justice. “So this proposal sets a negative precedent. We don’t have a plan for dealing with dredging like this in the lake”/Paul, Down To Earth. More here.
Question: Are you concerned about this proposal?