The city of Tacoma is asking Eastside residents how it should spend $100,000 to improve the neighborhood.
The project is part of a participatory budgeting pilot program where neighbors who live, work and play in a community directly decide how to spend part of a public budget.
The funds can be used for physical improvement projects that benefit the public and have a one-time cost up to $100,000, according to the city. That includes local improvements to schools, parks, libraries, bus stops, housing and other public spaces.
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