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  • Will Hilltop change with arrival of light rail?

    The planned extension of Tacoma Link light rail will likely attract new business and residents to the once-troubled Hilltop neighborhood. UWT lecturer William Towey feels careful planning, particularly consideration for lower-income residents, is necessary to make the project succeed for all parties.

Will Hilltop change with arrival of light rail?

The planned extension of Tacoma Link light rail will likely attract new business and residents to the once-troubled Hilltop neighborhood. UWT lecturer William Towey feels careful planning, particularly consideration for lower-income residents, is necessary to make the project succeed for all parties.
Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com