Tacoma resident Chun Yu said he is against the proposed methanol plant because he feels it will deplete the area's water supply, pollute the air and pose numerous security threats to the region. Approximately 100 demonstrators attended this rally on Feb. 24. On Tuesday, the developer canceled plans for the project.
Tacoma resident Chun Yu said he is against the proposed methanol plant because he feels it will deplete the area's water supply, pollute the air and pose numerous security threats to the region. Approximately 100 demonstrators attended this rally on Feb. 24. On Tuesday, the developer canceled plans for the project. Drew Perine Staff file, February
Tacoma resident Chun Yu said he is against the proposed methanol plant because he feels it will deplete the area's water supply, pollute the air and pose numerous security threats to the region. Approximately 100 demonstrators attended this rally on Feb. 24. On Tuesday, the developer canceled plans for the project. Drew Perine Staff file, February

Tacoma must not repeat methanol plant debacle

April 20, 2016 10:00 AM

UPDATED April 20, 2016 05:27 PM

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