In this aerial photo taken July 17, 2014, the former headquarters for the timber products company Weyerhaeuser is shown in Federal Way. Leaders from surrounding neighborhoods had formed an opposition coalition in August after being blindsided by the plan to build a $55 million plant for Orca Bay Seafoods and Preferred Freezer Services on the southern part of the 130-acre campus. It was part of a broader vision by the site’s new owners to add more than 1 million square feet of warehouses to the area off Interstate 5.
In this aerial photo taken July 17, 2014, the former headquarters for the timber products company Weyerhaeuser is shown in Federal Way. Leaders from surrounding neighborhoods had formed an opposition coalition in August after being blindsided by the plan to build a $55 million plant for Orca Bay Seafoods and Preferred Freezer Services on the southern part of the 130-acre campus. It was part of a broader vision by the site’s new owners to add more than 1 million square feet of warehouses to the area off Interstate 5. Ted S. Warren Associated Press file, 2014
In this aerial photo taken July 17, 2014, the former headquarters for the timber products company Weyerhaeuser is shown in Federal Way. Leaders from surrounding neighborhoods had formed an opposition coalition in August after being blindsided by the plan to build a $55 million plant for Orca Bay Seafoods and Preferred Freezer Services on the southern part of the 130-acre campus. It was part of a broader vision by the site’s new owners to add more than 1 million square feet of warehouses to the area off Interstate 5. Ted S. Warren Associated Press file, 2014

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