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State AG sues Tacoma Port, EDB, Chamber

Tacoma's port commission, EDB and Chamber of Commerce were sued today by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson over their combined efforts to keep citizens' petitions for restrictions on water use off the November ballot.

August 2016

WCIT applauds longshore union's decision to meet with PMA

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union’s Thursday decision to discuss a contract extension with the Pacific Maritime Association is already drawing praise from industry stakeholders.

August 2016

Wider Panama Canal good for NW, Port says

After years warning about how a larger Panama Canal would be a tough competitor to port traffic in Tacoma and Seattle, now Northwest Seaport Alliance is finding some rainbows in the change.

August 2016

More imports than exports cross dock

The federal government released June data today on international trade, and it shows Americans are buying more from the rest of the world than they are selling.

August 2016

Chehalis regains Chamber Way access

Local traffic is being stored to Chamber Way in Chehalis, following installation of a temporary span where a damaged section had to be removed.

August 2016

Kent businesses to hear B&O update

Businesses in Kent agreed (reluctantly) some years back to a B&O tax that would fund street repairs.The discussion with city council members continues over alleged diversion of those taxes to other city projects.

August 2016

 Freeway traffic stuck on I-90

When the state's major east-west traffic corridor is closed by an accident, the impacts pile up for business traffic and travelers.

August 2016

Hiring for new Fife warehouse

Another large warehouse in Fife is ready to open and its operator, Regal Logistics, is looking to hire for all positions.

August 2016

Kent legacy firm named to ‘Top 100’

A multi-generation family-owned logistics business in Kent has been named a Top 100 Provider by a national trade publication.

August 2016

Sound Transit picks Omaha firm for Link

A large scale public works project in downtown Tacoma will be designed by a giant Nebraska engineering firm. Link light rail expansion to the Stadium District and Hilltop neighborhood will begin in 2018.

July 2016
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