Skokomish Tribe to acquire campground under deal
The Skokomish Tribe of Washington will acquire a campground as part of an agreement with Tacoma Power.

The tribe settled a long-running fishing rights dispute with Tacoma Power earlier this year. But the status of the Camp Cushman was in doubt until an agreement was reached for the tribe to acquire the land.

The camp will remain in operation for the 2010 recreation season.

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Agreement reached for Camp Cushman (The Tacoma News Tribune 12/17)

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