Proceeds from the potential sale of the Portland Avenue Community Center and park figure into the financial alchemy necessary to build the $30 million East Side Community Center. Residents of the area wonder why one has to be sacrificed to get the other.
Proceeds from the potential sale of the Portland Avenue Community Center and park figure into the financial alchemy necessary to build the $30 million East Side Community Center. Residents of the area wonder why one has to be sacrificed to get the other. Duncan Livingston Staff file, 2002
Proceeds from the potential sale of the Portland Avenue Community Center and park figure into the financial alchemy necessary to build the $30 million East Side Community Center. Residents of the area wonder why one has to be sacrificed to get the other. Duncan Livingston Staff file, 2002

Matt Driscoll: For Tacoma’s East Side, trading one community center for another feels like a loss

May 26, 2017 7:44 PM

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