Troy Goodman, CEO of Targa Sound Terminal, which wants to add natural gasoline to the products it receives by rail, stores and sends out from its location in the Port of Tacoma.
Troy Goodman, CEO of Targa Sound Terminal, which wants to add natural gasoline to the products it receives by rail, stores and sends out from its location in the Port of Tacoma. DEAN J. KOEPFLER Staff file, 2013
Troy Goodman, CEO of Targa Sound Terminal, which wants to add natural gasoline to the products it receives by rail, stores and sends out from its location in the Port of Tacoma. DEAN J. KOEPFLER Staff file, 2013

Neighbors want more monitoring as Tacoma companies seek to expand fuel operations

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