A closed store sign sits at the driveway at Central Co-op in Tacoma on July 18, 2016. Central Co-op is in negotiations for a new Tacoma market with a deli, coffee shop and expanded food services.
A closed store sign sits at the driveway at Central Co-op in Tacoma on July 18, 2016. Central Co-op is in negotiations for a new Tacoma market with a deli, coffee shop and expanded food services. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer
A closed store sign sits at the driveway at Central Co-op in Tacoma on July 18, 2016. Central Co-op is in negotiations for a new Tacoma market with a deli, coffee shop and expanded food services. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer

Central Co-op poised for return to Tacoma

April 23, 2017 05:00 PM

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