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Tacoma methanol plant abandoned

Citing expansive regulatory controls and inadequate time, the Chinese-back company that had proposed a massive methanol plant at Port of Tacoma has ended its lease option on the property.

April 2016

Local delegation headed for Panama Canal

Sen. Pam Roach, R-Sumner, is taking a delegation down to the Panama Canal today and tomorrow to get briefed on the expansion and its impacts on local trade.

April 2016

New CEO for The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen

The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen and Spirits has announced the appointment of John D. Allegretto as president and CEO.

April 2016

Columbia Bank combines two trusts into one entity

Columbia Banking Systems Inc. is consolidating two of its subsidiaries, West Coast Trust and Columbia Bank Trust, to create one entity: Columbia Trust Company.

April 2016
Port CEO lays out challenges at first annual breakfast

Port CEO lays out challenges at first annual breakfast

The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s first annual breakfast provided a chance for port leaders to pat themselves on the back and talk about the challenges that still lay ahead.

April 2016
South Sound showcased at facilities expo

South Sound showcased at facilities expo

More than 350 South Sound facilities and physical plant managers visited ax Expo aimed right to their responsibilities yesterday and today.

April 2016

HMT reform back in Congressional spotlight

There are some signs of life for legislation to reform the Harbor Maintenance Tax — a thorny issue for the ports of Tacoma and Seattle.

April 2016
Ram Brewing plans second Tacoma location

Ram Brewing plans second Tacoma location

Ram Brewing has plans in store for a second Tacoma location in the city’s anointed “Brewery District” in the South downtown area.

April 2016
Two Tacoma apartment buildings sold for $9.3M

Two Tacoma apartment buildings sold for $9.3M

The Vintage and Pennington, located just a half-mile from each other in the Hilltop neighborhood, were sold to a Seattle company.

April 2016

Study: Methanol plant would reap big economic benefit

A new economic impact study released today about the proposed methanol manufacturing facility touts two things: Jobs and money.

April 2016
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