Snappy NWCitizen photography correspondent Doug Starcher provides these photos. He said it was a slow motion train wreck - with the ship breaking away mid morning in the high winds [...]
Previously, I discussed the problem with the habitat assessment needed for the Waterfront District before waterfront development occurs. http://www.nwcitizen.com/entry/action-alert-for-tonight-waterfront-wildlife-and-habitat-not-being-protecte
Prior to the enactment of the [...]
Reid Boiler Works, an old industrial building built of huge old growth fir timbers, burned to the ground late Saturday evening. It was a spectacular fire. And very sad as [...]
Doug Karlberg is a local fisherman and has followed port activity for decades.
Dear Mr. Stoner,
Thank you for leaking your memo analyzing the port's alternative marina site. [...]
A recent Northwest Citizen article by Doug Karlberg, asserting that the port tampered with consultant data to make the ASB facility the least expensive option for a marina, caused quite [...]
Bellingham law requires a reconfirmation vote (known as the “third and final”) before a prior vote (considered the “first and second”) is considered final. So the vote to approve the [...]
With one major exception, there is a masterful montage of video snippets set to music that is posted on Riley Sweeney's Political Junkie. In only three minutes we see [...]
Tim Johnson, publisher and editor of the Cascadia Weekly, correctly blasts our wimpy Bellingham City Council for politely lying down in the mud to allow the Port of Bellingham to [...]
If the port can not construct the airport safely, should it be entrusted with dangerous waterfront cleanup work?
The port has not had a very good week. Northwest Citizen published [...]
For politicos watching the results over the last week, it might have been a bit stupefying to see Whatcom County elect four unapologetically progressive candidates to the Whatcom County Council, [...]