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Port of Bellingham

Public meeting & hearing rescheduled

By John ServaisOn Nov 30, 2006

Notice:Relative to the last post:Ecology has rescheduled the public meeting for:December 7th, 6:30 p.m. ñ 8:30 p.m., Bellingham Cruise Terminal, 355 Harris Avenue, Bellingham, WAEcology has rescheduled the public [...]

Public Process - Lots of it (kind of),

By Tip JohnsonOn Nov 27, 2006

or I lied (sort of!)In the previous post I complained that the biggest rip-off in Whatcom County history was happening without even being discussed or making it into the [...]

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

By Tip JohnsonOn Nov 26, 2006

The good? We are no longer spewing forty+ pounds of mercury vapor every day into the local atmosphere. We are no longer dumping 20 to 40 tons of polluted solid waste into [...]

Traffic and Western Washington University

By John ServaisOn Mar 01, 2004

If WWU gets their way, $20 million in state taxes will be spent on jack-hammering out good roads and building new ones a hundred yards away. No increase in safety nor [...]

The Port has reversed itself

By John ServaisOn Nov 18, 2003

and has hired a private fueling firm for the airport, according to today’s Bham Herald. Remember a couple years ago, summer of 2001, the port terminated Alpha Aviation, saying the [...]

An analysis of the election results

By John ServaisOn Nov 17, 2003

by Paul de Armond is posted. Paul examines the returns and gives his perspective on what the numbers mean. His is not your conventional approach.Paul runs the Public Good [...]

Day of our decision.

By John ServaisOn Nov 04, 2003

County Auditor Shirley Forslof will have the election results posted online as soon as or even before the printed copies are brought out her office door to those of us [...]

For what it is worth,

By John ServaisOn Oct 31, 2003

here are my recommendations for the election.The basic values that I apply are for elected officials to have honesty and provide open government that is accountable to the citizens. [...]

Election Commentary

By John ServaisOn Oct 06, 2003

Port Commissioner by Sheri WardSo what happened to all the heat among contenders for this race? It was only a few short weeks ago… (more) Mayor by Sharon CrozierNo matter [...]

What is happening at the Herald?

By John ServaisOn Aug 29, 2003

You would think the Port of Bellingham getting a windfall of $17 million would be news. But since posting that here - and scooping the paid news media in Bellingham - [...]

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