A conceptual rendering shows what a park could look like on 18 acres of former daffodil farmland that the city will retain once a $3.75 million land deal is finalized. The city has agreed to buy 24 acres of land from retired farmer Neil Van Lierop and then sell six acres of it to the nonprofit Step By Step.
A conceptual rendering shows what a park could look like on 18 acres of former daffodil farmland that the city will retain once a $3.75 million land deal is finalized. The city has agreed to buy 24 acres of land from retired farmer Neil Van Lierop and then sell six acres of it to the nonprofit Step By Step. Courtesy City of Puyallup
A conceptual rendering shows what a park could look like on 18 acres of former daffodil farmland that the city will retain once a $3.75 million land deal is finalized. The city has agreed to buy 24 acres of land from retired farmer Neil Van Lierop and then sell six acres of it to the nonprofit Step By Step. Courtesy City of Puyallup

A win-win-win will preserve piece of Puyallup heritage

November 24, 2015 09:00 AM

UPDATED November 25, 2015 04:29 PM

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