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UPDATE: BORDC-Tacoma Opposition to the Northwest Detention Center Expansion

Meanwhile, snow run off and heavy rains caused flooding in the Pacific Northwest quite near where this facility is located. Tacoma came very close to a serious situation this month when water came within inches of topping the decayed levees near the detention center. Still, no emergency plans are known of yet: there is no rehearsed evacuation for over 1,000 people and no identified shelter to take them to. The flooding did flush a host of waste products into the nearby bay. We alerted the City of Tacoma, Dept of Ecology, and EPA to look at this before the flood but little was done.
 


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