What’s up? Dock. | SLIDESHOW

The 5,500-pound dock was removed as part of a series of safety enhancements under way at the park in response to the drowning death of Quentin Boggan June 21.

Bonney Lake Public Works employees remove the floating dock at Allan Yorke Park.

Bonney Lake Public Works employees on Tuesday removed the floating dock from the swimming area at Allan Yorke Park.

The 5,500-pound dock was removed as part of a series of safety enhancements under way at the park in response to the drowning death of Quentin Boggan June 21.

The dock was installed earlier this year after missing two seasons for repairs.

It was taken tot he Moriarty Property near the park for storage.

The city will re-evaluate usage of the dock before next summer.

Photos by Brian Beckley

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