More than 140 Tacoma property owners have been told that some of their land might be needed, at least temporarily, to extend Tacoma Link on to the Hilltop. Only bits and pieces of private property and sometimes only the right to trespass during construction will be needed.
More than 140 Tacoma property owners have been told that some of their land might be needed, at least temporarily, to extend Tacoma Link on to the Hilltop. Only bits and pieces of private property and sometimes only the right to trespass during construction will be needed. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
More than 140 Tacoma property owners have been told that some of their land might be needed, at least temporarily, to extend Tacoma Link on to the Hilltop. Only bits and pieces of private property and sometimes only the right to trespass during construction will be needed. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

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