Tom Chalk, Tacoma Public Schools maintenance manager, has been working with the city of Tacoma and school district officials to find a solution for the recent flooding at the Stadium Bowl. Chalk stands on the stairs leading to Stadium Bowl, where the district installed a temporary plywood wall to deflect torrents of water away from a hillside and the field.
Tom Chalk, Tacoma Public Schools maintenance manager, has been working with the city of Tacoma and school district officials to find a solution for the recent flooding at the Stadium Bowl. Chalk stands on the stairs leading to Stadium Bowl, where the district installed a temporary plywood wall to deflect torrents of water away from a hillside and the field. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
Tom Chalk, Tacoma Public Schools maintenance manager, has been working with the city of Tacoma and school district officials to find a solution for the recent flooding at the Stadium Bowl. Chalk stands on the stairs leading to Stadium Bowl, where the district installed a temporary plywood wall to deflect torrents of water away from a hillside and the field. Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com

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