Linda Miller, a 45-year Tacoma resident who said she “lives in the blast zone” of a methanol plant that now won’t be built, encourages motorists to honk at a rally opposing the plant. City and port officials want input from those who protested the plant so that an appropriate industry can be recruited for the Tideflats site.
Linda Miller, a 45-year Tacoma resident who said she “lives in the blast zone” of a methanol plant that now won’t be built, encourages motorists to honk at a rally opposing the plant. City and port officials want input from those who protested the plant so that an appropriate industry can be recruited for the Tideflats site. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Linda Miller, a 45-year Tacoma resident who said she “lives in the blast zone” of a methanol plant that now won’t be built, encourages motorists to honk at a rally opposing the plant. City and port officials want input from those who protested the plant so that an appropriate industry can be recruited for the Tideflats site. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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