A woman exercises on Soundview Drive in Gig Harbor in August. The wall of trees to her left might have been cleared and developed into multifamily housing if the City Council had agreed to change the zoning. But the City Council has decided to table zoning changes and instead work on the city’s traffic challenges.
A woman exercises on Soundview Drive in Gig Harbor in August. The wall of trees to her left might have been cleared and developed into multifamily housing if the City Council had agreed to change the zoning. But the City Council has decided to table zoning changes and instead work on the city’s traffic challenges. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
A woman exercises on Soundview Drive in Gig Harbor in August. The wall of trees to her left might have been cleared and developed into multifamily housing if the City Council had agreed to change the zoning. But the City Council has decided to table zoning changes and instead work on the city’s traffic challenges. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

Gig Harbor council agrees to table downtown zoning changes, focus on traffic instead

October 04, 2016 4:01 PM