Tacoma officials seem poised to abandon the “all in” plan for the city-owned Click cable and internet service. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll has a few demands about how they should proceed with any new plans for the service.
Tacoma officials seem poised to abandon the “all in” plan for the city-owned Click cable and internet service. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll has a few demands about how they should proceed with any new plans for the service. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune
Tacoma officials seem poised to abandon the “all in” plan for the city-owned Click cable and internet service. News Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll has a few demands about how they should proceed with any new plans for the service. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune

If a public-private partnership is Click’s future, here’s what we need to demand

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