A marine layer descends over Commencement Bay and the mouth of the Puyallup River earlier this year. The Tacoma City Council approved interim development rules at the Port of Tacoma on Tuesday, Nov. 22, which will prohibit new fossil-fuel businesses from located there but will allow existing heavy industries to expand.
A marine layer descends over Commencement Bay and the mouth of the Puyallup River earlier this year. The Tacoma City Council approved interim development rules at the Port of Tacoma on Tuesday, Nov. 22, which will prohibit new fossil-fuel businesses from located there but will allow existing heavy industries to expand. Adam Lynn alynn@thenewstribune.com
A marine layer descends over Commencement Bay and the mouth of the Puyallup River earlier this year. The Tacoma City Council approved interim development rules at the Port of Tacoma on Tuesday, Nov. 22, which will prohibit new fossil-fuel businesses from located there but will allow existing heavy industries to expand. Adam Lynn alynn@thenewstribune.com

No new fossil-fuel businesses allowed at port, but existing heavy industry still can expand

November 22, 2017 01:31 PM