A proposed liquid natural gas plant on Tacoma’s waterfront has attracted protests from residents, tribes and scientists — but whether Puget Sound Energy is listening remains unknown

“Annette Bryan’s part in the years-long conflict over a liquefied natural gas facility in Tacoma began close to home. For over 40 years, she’s been a resident of the neighborhood adjacent to the Tideflats, a waterfront industrial area in eastern Tacoma that houses its port. It’s where she now raises her three grandchildren and cares for her mother. In 2015, she noticed groups of people near her house picketing in protest of the facility. She became aware of its existence only after speaking to them.” – Crosscut

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