We’re bidding farewell to four of our older cranes after decades of service.

The Port of Tacoma’s Upper Clear Creek Mitigation Bank, designed to offset adverse impacts to salmon and wetland habitat from development, received final approval on June 24 from the state Department of Ecology (Ecology), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS).

The Port of Tacoma has launched an online open house to educate citizens and get their ideas and suggestions about the Strategic Plan the Port is currently working on.

Port of Tacoma Commissioners John McCarthy and Kristin Ang joined Port of Tacoma staff July 7 as they raised the Pride flag over the Port Administration Building. This was in conjunction with the City of Tacoma and other partners in Pierce County celebrating Pride Month in July.

The Port of Tacoma Commission unanimously approved and adopted the following proclamation recognizing Juneteenth at their meeting today:

With the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Manuel Ellis in Tacoma, it is important for the Port of Tacoma to reaffirm our values.

Posted May 29, 2020

The Port of Tacoma learned on May 28 that an employee of a tenant at the Fabulich Center tested positive for COVID-19. This employee was last in the office May 26. The individual was tested for COVID-19 on May 27 and received the results on May 28.

Next time customers in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska drive home in a new Volvo, that vehicle most likely arrived through the Port of Tacoma and processed at Wallenius Wilhelmsen Solutions’ (WW Solutions) Taylor Way Auto Facility.

Even as the global COVID-19 pandemic redefines “normal”, the Puget Sound gateway supply chain finds ways to continue business as usual.

It’s hardly easy.

It’s been said, “When you do good, you feel good.”

If that’s true, then Joe Barrentine, Anita Fichthorn, Deanna Seaman and Rod Koon should be feeling really good these days.

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