Finally, a plan for west Pasco. Here’s why it won’t be just another Road 68 – Tri-City Herald
David Wilson is one of the landowners, and he’s eager to see progress. He manages about 400 acres in the area on behalf of his family, including seven siblings.
“If you look at a map of the Tri-Cities, the center is right at west Pasco, where the gravel pit is,” Wilson said. “(Growth) will naturally come that way.”
He inked a development deal with Pahlisch Homes after visiting the Bend, Ore.-based developer and seeing its past and present projects. Wilson hopes to create a financial legacy for himself and his siblings.
The key to unlocking the land’s potential as a new urban village is for the city to extend sewer service to the area.