Tacoma: Council adopts TBD spending plan, city identifies street repairs to be funded by new vehicle license fees
Tacoma’s City Council on Tuesday unanimously adopted a $4 million spending plan for the city’s newly created Transportation Benefit District, with the bulk of the money to be spent on local street repairs.
As part of the TBD budget — to be funded by revenues generated from the city’s soon-to-be imposed $20 vehicle license fee — city officials provided a tentative list of $3.6 million worth of local roadway improvements.
(The streets to repaired under the program can be found here, though a few projects may change, officials said.)
The remaining money in the spending plan will go toward repairing …