Tacoma has won recent recognition for its inner city “coming back into its own.” It’s a city with beautiful neighborhoods, affordable real estate, reasonable rents, great entertainment, museums, restaurants, microbreweries, lack of congestion and clean environment. The list keeps growing. T
What will affect all this bright future? Politicians; leaders who make poor decisions. The port commissioners are looking only at their bottom line when inviting a heavy consuming and polluting methanol plant to the heart of our town.
City officials are complicit when they give away precious resources of water, clean air and healthy environments in exchange for the largest methanol plant in the world.
There are two directions Tacoma can go, and they are mutually exclusive. I take the bright one.