Pierce County News, September 2008

Monday, September 1, 2008

Tacoma rail project to get federal money, Seattle P-I, Sept. 30, 2008
Historic Water Ditch Trail ground-breaking Sept. 30, Tacoma Daily Index, Sept. 26
Shoppers, get ready to celebrate Tacoma Mall expansion, The News Tribune, Sept. 26
County poised to purchase airport Peninsula Gateway, Sept. 26
Editorial: Safety must be city’s top priority, Sept. 26
Rivers still best bet for salmon success, The News Tribune, Sept. 24
Vancouver’s loss is Puyallup’s gain in state grant, The News Tribune, Sept. 24
Proposed synagogue generates controversy, Tacoma Weekly, Sept. 24
Neighbor upset after South Park trees axed, The News Tribune, Sept. 24
A Slice of History: Two meetings will explore Wedge historic district nomination, Tacoma Daily Index, Sept. 23
Lakewood Station opens, but few riders notice, The News Tribune, Sept. 23
Tacoma weighs taking on tainted site, The News Tribune, Sept. 22
State looks to jump-start frog population, Seattle Times, Sept. 23
So listen up, McMenamins, this concept’s even better, The News Tribune, Sept. 19
City looks to plot long-term strategy for afflicted Wapato Lake, The News Tribune, Sept. 20
‘Urban village,’ urban warfare, The News Tribune, Sept. 19
An agreement for the ages, Tacoma Weekly, Sept. 18
Endangered frogs get jumpstart for survival, Tacoma Weekly, Sept. 18
Traffic initiative discussed at open forum, Peninsula Gateway, Sept. 18
Dominoes falling in right direction for site for Russell, The News Tribune, Sept. 17
State awards $12 million deductions for Tacoma projects, Tacoma Daily Index, Sept. 17
Historic Landmark designation expected for 1914 Ansonia, Tacoma Daily Index, Sept. 17
Lakewood votes down transit pact, The News Tribune, Sept. 17
Who pays to secure new bus station? Not us, says Lakewood, The News Tribune, Sept. 16
Development Decision at Fort Lawton, KUOW NPR, Sept. 16
Grants fund water-quality, habitat projects in Pierce County, Tacoma Daily News, Sept. 16
Museum/Dome district could be Tacoma’s pearl, The News Tribune, Sept. 14
Mine plan renews debate over land use, The Olympian, Sept. 14
West End neighbors challenge plan for synagogue, The News Tribune, Sept. 13
Election Spotlight: Pierce County Executive, Tacoma Daily News, Sept. 11
Development can move forward in Gig Harbor, Peninsula Gateway, Sept. 10
Board may save us from huge Foss towers, The News Tribune, Sept. 9
Reaching The Register: An interview with historic preservationist Caroline T. Swope, Tacoma Daily Index, Sept. 9
Nearly every benchmark of activity is down at the Port of Tacoma, The News Tribune, Sept. 9
Whose Puget Sound is it?, The News Tribune, Sept. 8
A fight to break Japanese knotweed’s hold, The News Tribune, Sept. 8
Cleanup impasse poisons plans for key development, The News Tribune, Sept. 7
Will Tacoma's Wedge neighborhood go historic?, Tacoma Daily Index, Sept. 5
Opinion: Lakewood hurts itself with anti-casino zoning, The News Tribune, Sept. 4
Point Ruston plan stirs debate, gains approval, Tacoma Weekly, Sept. 3
Tacoma considers revisions to mixed-use centers, Tacoma Weekly, Sept. 3
Steilacoom council turns down developer, The News Tribune, Sept. 3
Garden grows community, preserves local history, Peninsula Gateway, Sept. 3
Will back-door casino ban in Lakewood live?, The News Tribune, Sept. 1


Recent Posts on Blog Roll

All content created under the Creative Commons License  

Back to TOP