Mel Berglund of Northeast Tacoma opposes the reopening of a long-dormant sand and gravel mine near the Port of Tacoma. The public comment period for proposed excavation at the site has been extended by more than a month, the city said, due to concerns about potential noise impacts from the project.
Mel Berglund of Northeast Tacoma opposes the reopening of a long-dormant sand and gravel mine near the Port of Tacoma. The public comment period for proposed excavation at the site has been extended by more than a month, the city said, due to concerns about potential noise impacts from the project. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Mel Berglund of Northeast Tacoma opposes the reopening of a long-dormant sand and gravel mine near the Port of Tacoma. The public comment period for proposed excavation at the site has been extended by more than a month, the city said, due to concerns about potential noise impacts from the project. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

City extends public comment period on Northeast Tacoma mining operation

January 25, 2017 12:49 PM

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