Tacoma City Council members have faced pressure from activists all year to crack down on industrial uses at the Port of Tacoma, including at this meeting in March featuring vocal opponents of Puget Sound Energy's proposed liquefied natural gas plant.
Tacoma City Council members have faced pressure from activists all year to crack down on industrial uses at the Port of Tacoma, including at this meeting in March featuring vocal opponents of Puget Sound Energy's proposed liquefied natural gas plant. Joshua Bessex News Tribune file photo
Tacoma City Council members have faced pressure from activists all year to crack down on industrial uses at the Port of Tacoma, including at this meeting in March featuring vocal opponents of Puget Sound Energy's proposed liquefied natural gas plant. Joshua Bessex News Tribune file photo

Cleaner Tacoma industry can be built on middle ground

November 18, 2017 11:22 AM