Gary Ballew, Port of Pasco director of economic development & marketing, stands at the agency’s former Marine Terminal area on the Pasco shoreline of the Columbia River. It is one of two Pasco areas being studied as potential sites to locate a Tri-Cities Public Market.
Gary Ballew, Port of Pasco director of economic development & marketing, stands at the agency’s former Marine Terminal area on the Pasco shoreline of the Columbia River. It is one of two Pasco areas being studied as potential sites to locate a Tri-Cities Public Market. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Gary Ballew, Port of Pasco director of economic development & marketing, stands at the agency’s former Marine Terminal area on the Pasco shoreline of the Columbia River. It is one of two Pasco areas being studied as potential sites to locate a Tri-Cities Public Market. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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