Adam Brault, center, is joined by other supporters of the “Grand Bargain,” a package of public facilities districts, for a group photo at the pit along George Washington Way in Richland. Brault is an unofficial spokesman for the group working to link Pasco’s aquatics center dreams to Kennewick’s performance center and Richland’s public market without much support from public officials.
Adam Brault, center, is joined by other supporters of the “Grand Bargain,” a package of public facilities districts, for a group photo at the pit along George Washington Way in Richland. Brault is an unofficial spokesman for the group working to link Pasco’s aquatics center dreams to Kennewick’s performance center and Richland’s public market without much support from public officials. File Tri-City Herald
Adam Brault, center, is joined by other supporters of the “Grand Bargain,” a package of public facilities districts, for a group photo at the pit along George Washington Way in Richland. Brault is an unofficial spokesman for the group working to link Pasco’s aquatics center dreams to Kennewick’s performance center and Richland’s public market without much support from public officials. File Tri-City Herald

Public market advocates vow to press ahead with project

May 06, 2016 05:32 PM

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