TONIGHT: Lake Tapps property rights community meeting

State Senator Pam Roach and Pierce County Councilman Dan Roach are hosting a community meeting tonight, 7 p.m. at Dieringer Heights Elementary School, 21727 34th St. E. in Lake Tapps.

State Senator Pam Roach and Pierce County Councilman Dan Roach are hosting a community meeting tonight, 7 p.m. at Dieringer Heights Elementary School, 21727 34th St. E. in Lake Tapps.

The meeting will be held in regards to the property rights of landowners along Lake Tapps. The state Department of Ecology is reportedly attempting to extend the buffers along the lake. The Lake Tapps Community Council will take part in the forum.

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