Thur, Oct 9
The city has posted their press release on the hiring of Rick Sepler.
Wed, Oct 8 - 6:25 pm
Mayor Kelli Linville has phoned and confirmed the article is correct [...]
Pat McKee guest writes this. He is a resident of Sunnyland and was a leader in their seven year planning effort.
The future look of Bellingham's distinctive single [...]
What is the problem? Why are the Sunnyland neighbors unhappy with the outcome of the recent City Council decision that calls for single- family zoning for the DOT property? Here&[...]
Tonight the Bellingham City Council - after seven years of a confused, delayed and intimidating process - figured out how to force an illegal plan amendment onto the Sunnyland Neighborhood. [...]
Dawn Sturwold, the hearing examiner for the City of Bellingham, is retiring at the end of this month. She has been Bellingham’s first and only hearing examiner since [...]
As filing week is just around the corner, I thought it would be prudent to take a look at one of the least appreciated offices up for election this year, [...]
“Treasuring the many wonders of our unique environment and realizing that the power and duty to govern and protect this region is inherent in its people, we, the citizens [...]
Whatcom County is close to purchasing the building at 1500 N. State St., a building that is currently leaking toxins into our groundwater. The building, currently home to our medical examiner'[...]
Writer's Note: If you are looking for more news about the state Legislature, check out my native site The Political Junkie for weekly coverage.
While the state Legislature is [...]
3/17/2014 Update: Since this story broke, there have been a number of developments. Tim Johnson covered it in the Cascadia Weekly, digging into the pro-development bias of our planning department as [...]