Posted by KATE MARTIN on April 16, 2014
Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland will travel to China next month to promote the city’s business opportunities to investors.
She will be part of a three-person delegation, which includes the city’s economic development chief Ricardo Noguera and consultant Michael Fowler, who works for the Port of Tacoma on the Tacoma-Fuzhou Trade Project.
Tacoma’s sister city, Fuzhou, has offered to pay for the trip, May 18-22.
Posted by Peter Callaghan on April 10, 2014
Mike Sando , a government and history teacher at Enumclaw High School and currently a member of the Enumclaw City Council, said today he will run for the state House of Representatives as a Democrat.
Posted by KATE MARTIN on April 10, 2014
Last week, homes and businesses across Tacoma received a postcard in the mail about ways to comment on the Charter Review Committee ’s work. The postcard says:
Posted by KATE MARTIN on April 9, 2014
Tacoma’s turn in the national spotlight a decade ago was painful, so it should be no surprise that there was a strong reaction to Tuesday’s story about the city’s charter review process.