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December 13, 2012 at 8:46am

IN THEIR WORDS: T.C. Broadnax's nine priorities for a better Tacoma

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A REPORT FILED TODAY IN THE DAILY JOURNAL OF COMMERCE >>>

Tacoma City Manager T.C. Broadnax explains his vision and strategies for boosting Tacoma's growth in the Daily Journal of Commerce. Broadnax lists nine key priorities his Community and Economic Development team will concentrate on over the new five years, including downtown development and revitalization, light rail expansion and attracting foreign investment.

Broadnax tells the DJC he wants to create a positive environment for start-ups and small business to flourish.

While the city values all business, it embraces a proud heritage of promoting entrepreneurship. Working in partnership with local technical colleges, Tacoma offers an array of services to start-up and existing small businesses, such as business planning, marketing, site selection and other key elements to help grow and sustain our small business community.

According to his last statement in the DJC piece, Broadnax is confident Tacoma will become a city of opportunities.

Read his full report here.

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Todd said on Dec. 13, 2012 at 9:30am

I would say #6, Entrepreneurship, is the most important thing and forget about #9, Foreign Investment. The 21st Century is about bringing back local community and strengthening it from within. www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRwnx9wLEAE

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