Ivy-it, a fake ivy product being gradually applied to various locations in Tacoma since last November, has proven itself as a graffiti deterrant along Shuster Parkway under the Stadium Way overpass.
Ivy-it, a fake ivy product being gradually applied to various locations in Tacoma since last November, has proven itself as a graffiti deterrant along Shuster Parkway under the Stadium Way overpass. Rosemary Ponnekanti rponnekanti@thenewstribune.com
Ivy-it, a fake ivy product being gradually applied to various locations in Tacoma since last November, has proven itself as a graffiti deterrant along Shuster Parkway under the Stadium Way overpass. Rosemary Ponnekanti rponnekanti@thenewstribune.com

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