A woman exercises on Soundview Drive in Gig Harbor in 2016. The wall of trees to her left could be cleared to make way for 10 buildings that would hold 35 rental townhouse units under a development propsoal submitted to the city of Gig Harbor by the Ben B. Cheney Foundation. In back is Gig Harbor’s waterfront.
A woman exercises on Soundview Drive in Gig Harbor in 2016. The wall of trees to her left could be cleared to make way for 10 buildings that would hold 35 rental townhouse units under a development propsoal submitted to the city of Gig Harbor by the Ben B. Cheney Foundation. In back is Gig Harbor’s waterfront. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
A woman exercises on Soundview Drive in Gig Harbor in 2016. The wall of trees to her left could be cleared to make way for 10 buildings that would hold 35 rental townhouse units under a development propsoal submitted to the city of Gig Harbor by the Ben B. Cheney Foundation. In back is Gig Harbor’s waterfront. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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