Grieving family and friends of two young men who drowned in Harrison Lake earlier this summer have some optimism tonight.
It appears their advocacy for signage, warning of the lake’s cold temperatures and strong currents may pay off.
Bob Reid, who lost his son Danny in June, says the group “Harrison Awareness” met with mayor and council Tuesday.
“He said that they were planning on going forward with signage. They can’t do the whole lake, but in their jurisdiction, where they can do, from what I understand from the mayor, they do plan to forward. They are going to figure it out, and they are going to do it. That is great news.”
Earlier this month, a young woman from Langley, and a boater from Nashville, also drowned in the glacier-fed lake.