Lance Dickie writes in The Seattle Times:
A long, frustrating campaign season and years of legislative paralysis in Congress fuel a need for optimism about a fresh start in politics.
I believe I have found it, and it is here at home in this Washington. The name does not roll off the tongue, but it illustrates how things can change for the better:
The Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan is a product of extraordinary work and compromise, and it offers long-term benefits for the environment and economy.Read the rest of Mr. Dickie’s column.
More about the Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan.