The Puyallup Tribe is grateful for the work of the Attorney General’s office and the attorneys on the ground fighting to bring about accountability for environmental crimes committed by Electron Hydro. The result, though, doesn’t come close to accountability. A token of dollars won’t bring back salmon or habitat. The guilty plea to just one of 36 counts in this case does not bring justice compared to the harm caused and the damage to the Tribe’s natural resources. Electron Hydro and Mr. Fischer, after hearing concerns and reluctance from the company’s own staff and biologist over the course of many…
Tribal Administration offices will be on a 2-hour delay today, Feb. 14, 2023, due to inclement weather. Buildings will open at 10 a.m. The Main Administration building will be open for election-related business. Updated 8:44 a.m.
Puyallup Tribe launches international logistics company Tahoma Global Logistics will run land operations on Tribe’s port property PUYALLUP RESERVATION, Tacoma, Wash.—The Puyallup Tribe has launched its own international logistics company, Tahoma Global Logistics (website: TahomaGlobal.com). The new company will focus on land operations to leverage the Tribe’s properties along the Blair Waterway in Tacoma, which were regained in the 1990 Land Claims Settlement. Initial services will include container movement, storage and maintenance, bulk material handling, heavy equipment fitting, transloading services, inspection, maintenance, and short-haul pickup and delivery trucking. The Tribe’s property provides customers convenient port access as well as registered…
Good day, Tribal employees. Tribal Administration offices will close at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 21, due to inclement weather. Please check the Tribe’s website or call the inclement weather hotline at 253-680-5700 for updates before coming in to work. Please reschedule any in-person appointments. Stay safe. -Tribal Administration