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  • WATCH: Does Tacoma's Proctor District have a parking problem?

    With businesses booming, construction of a 151-unit apartment complex and more people visiting Tacoma’s Proctor District, its neighborhood association has asked the City of Tacoma for a parking study to determine if it has a problem.

With businesses booming, construction of a 151-unit apartment complex and more people visiting Tacoma’s Proctor District, its neighborhood association has asked the City of Tacoma for a parking study to determine if it has a problem. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
With businesses booming, construction of a 151-unit apartment complex and more people visiting Tacoma’s Proctor District, its neighborhood association has asked the City of Tacoma for a parking study to determine if it has a problem. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

Proctor District’s popularity causing parking headaches

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