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Land Use

Property Issues

The Frederickson Land Use Advisory Committee (LUAC) is in search of 1-4 new members to serve.  To learn about the Frederickson LUAC or get an application. http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/index.aspx?nid=2083. The Frederickson LUAC consists of nine members who are eligible to serve no more than two consecutive four-year terms.  There are currently four openings on the Frederickson Advisory Commission. If you would like to apply, please complete the application form and return the signed copy to the Office of the Executive as indicated on page 2 of the application.

Check the latest land use issues up for review in Frederickson by checking the Pierce County Hearings Examiner site and attending hearings. Bring research and evidence certified by experts in the field and submit it to the Hearings Examiner at hearings involving our interests.


Construction Issues

176th Road Construction
Roger Bush discusses the 176th street improvements.
 
Source: PCTV
Date: 21 April 2010
 

Zoning Issues

Warehouse Zoning
A public discussion about warehouse employment policy.
 
Source: PCTV
Date: 27 March 2009
 
Business News
Tacoma's Frederickson Industrial area fulfilling economic promise
Tacoma News Tribune - Full Story
Date: 29-May-2011
Recent article with information and speculation about the Frederickson Industrial area.

New jobs coming to county
Tacoma News Tribune - Full story
Date: 23-Jul-11
A major building materials company will build a Pierce County plant in Frederickson to create insulated foam roofing panels, Pierce County and the company announced Friday.

New composites class could lead to job at Boeing

Story about Clover Park Technical College and Boeing Frederickson Fabrication Plant.

There is a short commercial introduction.

Source: King 5 News
Date: February 5th, 2010
 
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