NEWS: Florida paper reports on Homeland Security prison being built in Tacoma Tideflats
- Written by Donna Quexada
The next-to-last paragraph of this Jan. 27 article in the Sarasota Herald Tribune mentions what Homeland Security is up to in the the Tacoma Tideflats. The federal department "expects to open in April a 500-bed prison for immigration detainees in Tacoma, Wash., that it is building under a contract with Homeland Security." The company that is building the prison will be managing it as well. The address of the prison was reported in a Feb. 2 Business Examiner story: 1623 E. "J" St. See "Local News" for more....
NEWS: Homeland Security moving into the Tacoma tideflats
- Written by Jack Kus
You say you didn't read about this in the News Tribune? That's funny, neither did we....
COMMENTARY: A precinct caucus is a messy, democratic process
- Written by Mark Backus
A Pierce County resident reflects on his experience at a Feb. 7 precinct caucus in Tacoma....