A Tacoma Public Utilities project to remove 16 of the 90-year-old lattice towers that carry power lines on North 21st Street and replace them with steel monopoles next year has presented an opportunity to reconfigure the street.
A Tacoma Public Utilities project to remove 16 of the 90-year-old lattice towers that carry power lines on North 21st Street and replace them with steel monopoles next year has presented an opportunity to reconfigure the street. Drew Perine Staff file, 2016
A Tacoma Public Utilities project to remove 16 of the 90-year-old lattice towers that carry power lines on North 21st Street and replace them with steel monopoles next year has presented an opportunity to reconfigure the street. Drew Perine Staff file, 2016

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