Photo Hugh McMillan

Pierce County Executive Bruce Dammeier cuts the ribbon to officially open the first office of the Key Peninsula Community Council May 9. “We’re here to serve the community, bring services to the community and to unite the community by bringing all the different organizations together,” said Chuck West, council chair. The office will be shared by the council, the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department and Safe Streets. Visitors can also get information or referrals to Crossroads alcohol and drug treatment and assessment center, based in Lakewood. The office is located in the KC Corral, in the suite that previously housed The Mustard Seed Project. 

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