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“Nisqually Tribe plans store, gas station in Lakewood”

“The Nisqually Indian Tribe is planning to do business in Lakewood, pending an agreement with the city.

In May, the tribe paid more than $900,000 for a 0.71-acre parcel of land that houses an abandoned gas station in Lakewood. The Nisquallys intend to open a new gas station and convenience store as part of their ongoing economic expansion efforts,” quoting Zach Smith in the Tacoma News Tribune.
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Editor’s Note: Read the public comments at the bottom of Smith’s story.

Posted by Steve on August 2, 2012 at 6:25 am | Permalink

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