The County-City Building on Tacoma Avenue is the center of Pierce County government, including the elected County Council. Members are currently limited to two consecutive four-year terms. A proposal on the Nov. 7 ballot would allow them up to three terms - the same as the county auditor, assessor-treasurer and sheriff.
The County-City Building on Tacoma Avenue is the center of Pierce County government, including the elected County Council. Members are currently limited to two consecutive four-year terms. A proposal on the Nov. 7 ballot would allow them up to three terms - the same as the county auditor, assessor-treasurer and sheriff. David Montesino Staff photographer
The County-City Building on Tacoma Avenue is the center of Pierce County government, including the elected County Council. Members are currently limited to two consecutive four-year terms. A proposal on the Nov. 7 ballot would allow them up to three terms - the same as the county auditor, assessor-treasurer and sheriff. David Montesino Staff photographer