The Daily Mash-Up

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 This Week's Paper
Tacoma treatment of Gypsy moths set for tomorrow

Airplanes will spray parts of Tacoma tomorrow to eradicate Gypsy moths found in the area. It will be the second complete treatment for this area, which includes the area around Browns Point and the tideflats.

All gypsy moth treatments are weather dependent since state agriculture officials cannot apply the pesticide in the rain or if rain is in the immediate forecast. Treatments may be delayed or even postponed to another day in the event of rain or other weather problems.

Visit www.agr.wa.gov/gypsymoth and sign up for email, text or… Read More

City to Host Economic Showcase on June 1

Highlighting recent and planned developments, as well as opportunities for developers and investors, the City of Tacoma’s Community and Economic Development will host an Economic Showcase on June 1, from 8 – 11 a.m., at LeMay: America’s Car Museum (2702 E. D St. in Tacoma).

“A growing metropolitan area surrounded by the incredible natural beauty of Commencement Bay with vistas of Mount Rainier, Tacoma is on the rise and we’re proud to show it off,” said Community and Economic Development Director Ricardo Noguera. “Those who live and work here enjoy a broad array of lifestyle… Read More

Apply for a landmarks preservation grant by June 10

The Pierce County Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission is pleased to announce the 2017 Preservation Grant Program, which assists in funding preservation efforts in Pierce County.

Grant requests can be made for historic preservation or history-related project proposals. For stabilization, restoration, or rehabilitation of Certified Local Government (CLG) register-listed buildings or structures, the maximum request is $15,000. For photographic/document preservation, historic markers, history research, and public events/programming, the maximum request is $5,000. All applicants… Read More

Historic Preservation Month Celebrates Tacoma’s Surprising History

Each May, the City of Tacoma encourages residents from all ages, cultures and neighborhoods to celebrate Historic Preservation Month.  All month long, a roster of events has been planned around this year’s theme of ‘#SecretTacoma: Tacoma’s Surprising History.’

“There will be many opportunities to celebrate Tacoma’s heritage, have some fun, and perhaps learn or experience something new about our city,” said City Historic Preservation Officer Reuben McKnight.  “It will be a great Preservation Month!”

2016 Historic Preservation Month… Read More

Tacoma Water finds lead in water

The recent issues in Flint, Michigan have sharpened the focus on lead in drinking water across the country and prompted Tacoma Water to re-examine any remaining lead materials that may still have in the system.

To do this, utility crews proactively identified potential locations of lead goosenecks at four customers’ homes. Goosenecks are short sections of lead pipe (1’ to 2’ long) that were used in the early 1900s to connect some services lines to customer homes to the supplying water main. 

As part of a service pipe replacement, Tacoma Water conducted special sampling… Read More

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