Heavy construction equipment prepares former farm circles east of Road 84 in Pasco for new subdivisions after the Department of Natural Resources sold 230 acres in west Pasco last year. Tri-City home prices and new home development both climbed in 2017. The city of Pasco expects 300 new lots to come on line at the new site in 2018.
Heavy construction equipment prepares former farm circles east of Road 84 in Pasco for new subdivisions after the Department of Natural Resources sold 230 acres in west Pasco last year. Tri-City home prices and new home development both climbed in 2017. The city of Pasco expects 300 new lots to come on line at the new site in 2018. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Heavy construction equipment prepares former farm circles east of Road 84 in Pasco for new subdivisions after the Department of Natural Resources sold 230 acres in west Pasco last year. Tri-City home prices and new home development both climbed in 2017. The city of Pasco expects 300 new lots to come on line at the new site in 2018. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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