Pierce County News, July 2008

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Clean and Safe Initiative a twist on urban renewal, The News Tribune, July 21
Pierce County may help finance golf course hotel, clubhouse, The News Tribune, July 21
Putting history in the Hilltop's future, Tacoma Daily Index, July 18
Pierce County Landmarks Commission approves grant funding recommendations, Tacoma Daily Index, July 17
Milton to pursue interchange, Fife Free Press, July 17
Human intervention needed to save the state's only native oak trees, The News Tribune, July 15
One Year In, New Tacoma Narrows Span Has Nothing but Fans, Kitsap Sun, July 13
New Edgewood manager wants to boost city's development efforts, The News Tribune, July 13
City holds meetings for Downtown Business Plan, Peninsula Gateway, July 10
Locked and loaded, Weekly Volcano, July 10
Editorial: Closer eye needed for shellfish farms, Peninsula Gateway, July 10
Tide is turning for two Taylor Shellfish farms, Peninsula Gateway, July 10
Plans for two new downtown Tacoma hotels get a tweak, The News Tribune, July 8
Tacoma City Council backs ‘green’ goals, The News Tribune, July 6
Detainee facility to expand, The News Tribune, July 4
Open space plan to be on display Wednesday at Point Defiance Park, The News Tribune, July 4
Real estate agents protest sign removals, The News Tribune, July 3
Immigration center plans expansion, The News Tribune, July 3
Federal Way council weighs in on light rail, The News Tribune, July 3
Treatment in store for Wapato Lake, The News Tribune, July 3
Preserving the endangered net sheds, Peninsula Gateway, July 2
Stackable houses could be a model for builders, HeraldNet, July 1
Tacoma developers invited to apply for $12 million in federal tax deductions, Tacoma Daily Index, July 1


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