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March 5, 2014 12:00 AM

Community meetings set on shoreline buffer zones in Pierce County

Pierce County will hold a series of three community meetings starting Thursday to hear public comments on proposed changes to shoreline policies, including the addition of protective buffers along Lake Tapps, Spanaway Lake and the Purdy-Key Peninsula area.

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