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If you live in Tacoma, every-other-week garbage pick-up is coming to a curbside near you soon. Comment?
The Tacoma Poet Laureate position was founded in 2008 by Urban Grace Church as a way of focusing attention on Tacoma's literary talent by organizing and hosting public readings and workshops in local schools and community events. Comment?
A public notice caught our eye today: the Tacoma School District has applied for a variance to building design standards for upgrades and an addition to Washington-Hoyt Elementary School in Proctor. Comment?
This week's City Council meeting was short, and relatively uneventful. Proclamations were made. Comment?
The Daily Index last week had a nice run-down of a recent Environment and Public Works Committee discussion around rehabbing the Tacoma Avenue South Bridge. Comment?
The One and Only Ivan , a children's book inspired by the life of Ivan the Gorilla has been chosen for the 2013 American Library Association's John Newbery Medal for the most outstanding contribution to children's literature. Comment?
It's a pretty short agenda this week. That said, we are looking forward to hearing more about the progress on the donation of Utility Rates This week the City Council has a joint study session with the Public Utility Board to discuss Tacoma Power and Tacoma Water Rates. Comment?
We just received word from our Park City, Utah correspondent that a film shot in Tacoma received the Slamdance Film Festival Grand Jury Award for a Documentary last night. Comment?
The developers of the new Pacifica apartments are betting that a strong rental market in Tacoma, along with shiny new amenities and views of the mountains will help them fill the pair of 177-unit apartment towers going up next to the Pine Street entrance to the Tacoma Mall. Comment?
Link Alternatives At Tuesday's Study Session, Sound Transit staff will present an update on the Tacoma Link Alternatives Analysis that started in August and is expected to conclude this April with the identification of a preferred alternative for expanding the Tacoma Link Light Rail system. Comment?
Mayor Strickland proclaimed January 2013 as Mentoring Month in the City of Tacoma in recognition of the difference caring adults can make in the success of young people. Comment?
The annual urban studies forum at the University of Washington Tacoma is coming up next month. Comment?
According to The News Tribune , the insurance company recently toured the Russell building as part of an "ongoing evaluation of facilities." The suggests that State Farm might be looking to expand beyond, rather than move away from its current DuPont offices, as a part of a nation-wide changes. Comment?
For those of you who were curious about just how The Advocate magazine came to rank Tacoma as America's gayest city , over the weekend, here . Comment?
The Tacoma Dome and the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center, along with other City assembly facilities are under new leadership. Comment?
With impending cuts to Pierce Transit, and tight budgets all around, the future of transit has more question marks around it than ever. Comment?
According to an article in The Olympian , the Olympia council made their decision for a number of reasons, including the difficulty of recycling the non-biodegrable bags. Comment?
The big ticket item, of course, was the question of selecting a replacement for Jake Fey's vacant District 2 seat. Comment?
Everybody's favorite incarcerated Tacoma gadfly is once again giving back to the community: Robert Hill has signed up to write the voters' pamphlet "against" statement for the Tacoma School District's proposed $500 million bond that will go to voters in a February 12, 2013 special election. Comment?
Recycle your Christmas tree Tacoma residents may recycle Christmas trees for free by dropping them off at the recycling center at the Tacoma Landfill between December 26 and January 21. Comment?