Residents and county staff review a map of the east fork of Nookachamps Creek and identify areas that need attention in a watershed management plan. The plan will aim to propose projects that reduce flood risk while improving fish passage.

CLEAR LAKE — Residents near the east fork of Nookachamps Creek may see some relief from frequent flooding and declining fish populations — eventually.

Two years after Peter Janicki told a room full of neighbors that he would spearhead an effort to address these issues, a detailed study of the watershed is underway.

— Reporter Brandon Stone:, 360-416-2112, Twitter: @Brandon_SVH

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