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Puyallup Tribe project uses stimulus funds

By Katie Zemtseff
Tacoma, Washington (AP)

A multifamily project on the Puyallup Tribe’s reservation in Tacoma recently received $3 million in federal stimulus funds. But unlike other projects that have stalled and used federal dollars to restart, this project is a direct response to the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act.

The project, developed by the Puyallup Tribal Housing Authority, has finished conceptual design and is just beginning schematic design. Environmental Works is the project architect. It should go out to bid for a general contractor next spring. The total cost is $3.8 million.

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