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  • VIDEO: Tacoma's goosenecks elusive in century-old records

    Tacoma Water convened a "Gooseneck Summit" to find 1- to 2-foot lead connectors in its system. Tony Lindgren, distribution engineering manager for Tacoma Water, explains the records hunt.

Tacoma Water convened a "Gooseneck Summit" to find 1- to 2-foot lead connectors in its system. Tony Lindgren, distribution engineering manager for Tacoma Water, explains the records hunt. Kate Martin kmartin@thenewstribune.com
Tacoma Water convened a "Gooseneck Summit" to find 1- to 2-foot lead connectors in its system. Tony Lindgren, distribution engineering manager for Tacoma Water, explains the records hunt. Kate Martin kmartin@thenewstribune.com

Tacoma’s goosenecks at times elusive in century-old records

May 04, 2016 5:11 PM