Tacoma attracted the most new residents of any city in Pierce County. Last year, the city gained 3,800 more people, bringing the city’s population to around 206,100 residents, according to the Puget Sound Regional Council. That’s a growth rate of nearly 2 percent, the council’s report said.
Tacoma attracted the most new residents of any city in Pierce County. Last year, the city gained 3,800 more people, bringing the city’s population to around 206,100 residents, according to the Puget Sound Regional Council. That’s a growth rate of nearly 2 percent, the council’s report said. Peter Haley Staff file, 2013
Tacoma attracted the most new residents of any city in Pierce County. Last year, the city gained 3,800 more people, bringing the city’s population to around 206,100 residents, according to the Puget Sound Regional Council. That’s a growth rate of nearly 2 percent, the council’s report said. Peter Haley Staff file, 2013

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