The Daily Mash-Up

Saturday, June 25, 2016 This Week's Paper
Port taps Summit Award recipients

Port of Tacoma recognized its strong, supportive relationships with customers and tenants by honoring four at its annual breakfast May 23 with the second annual Summit Awards for outstanding contributions the local business and community environment.

Recipients included: Targa Sound Terminal for Livable Community, Trident Seafoods for Environmental Stewardship and Washington United Terminals for Business Magnet. The selection committee also honored SAFE Boats with a special fourth Business Investment award. Learn more about each recipient:

Livable Community: Targa Sound… Read More

Puyallup's Western Washington Fair added two big shows over Memorial Day weekend. First up will be the Celtic Tenors who will headline the 11,000-seat grandstand on Sept. 10. The trio - Matthew Gilsenan, James Nelson and Daryl Simpson – will join forces with Tacoma Symphony for an evening of classical, folk, Irish and pop tunes that will start at 7:30 p.m..

Then “Canadian Idol” star Carly Rae Jepsen will do the Puyallup a few days later. The… Read More

At approximately 9:55 today, Fife's Dispatch Center operators received a phone call regarding a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot at the 2500 62nd Ave. East.

The responding police officer stated that upon inspection of the vehicle, there was an unresponsive male inside with a note taped to the window stating,"Do Not Open, Hydrogen Sulfide – Call 9-1-1."

Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless gas with the characteristic odor of rotten eggs; it is heavier than air, very poisonous, corrosive, flammable and explosive.

Police immediately cordoned off the area. Tacoma Fife Department… Read More

A grant-funded Urban Forestry Restoration Project is helping the City of Puyallup improve water quality in Silver Creek and Meeker Creek. As the headwaters for Clarks Creek, restoration sites along Silver Creek and Meeker Creek are an important part of creating a healthy habitat for endangered species of salmon.

The grant is funding a Washington Conservation Corps team to help maintain recent plantings of native trees and shrubs in city-owned restoration areas. When these plantings mature, they will grow tall enough to naturally shade out the invasive weeds and provide stormwater/habitat… Read More

The Sound Transit Board of Directors selected the Tacoma Link expasion route endorsed by the City Council, passing a milestone that now triggers detailed engineering work.

The board nob now sets Sound Transit staff to do environmental review for the North Downtown Central Corridor, which would run along the Stadium District and onto Martin Luther King Jr. Way.

“We are pleased to be moving the project forward to the project level environmental review phase, though there is more work to be done in finding a financial partner or partners. Still, the selection of E1 as the preferred… Read More

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