This aerial photograph shows the location of a new park being developed by Metro Parks Tacoma. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll thinks the park should be named for “Dune” author Frank Herbert, who grew up in Tacoma.
This aerial photograph shows the location of a new park being developed by Metro Parks Tacoma. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll thinks the park should be named for “Dune” author Frank Herbert, who grew up in Tacoma. Courtesy Metro Parks Tacoma
This aerial photograph shows the location of a new park being developed by Metro Parks Tacoma. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll thinks the park should be named for “Dune” author Frank Herbert, who grew up in Tacoma. Courtesy Metro Parks Tacoma

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Reach columnist Matt Driscoll at 253-597-8657 or matt.driscoll@thenews tribune.com.