We need to press Bellingham City Council members to step up their game to protect the Great Blue Heron colony at Post Point—once and for all. Heron advocates have [...]
Update Thur, Sep 5 - Senator Hasegawa’s speaking to the Bellingham City Council on Mon, Sep 9, has been cancelled. We expect this to be rescheduled for Nov or Dec. We [...]
What the citizens did on Monday evening, 19 August, before the Bellingham City Council [12:15 on the video counter here] was that which people do when their government does not provide them [...]
This overview article is meant to explain why Jamie K Donaldson’s efforts to protect the heron colony on the south side of Bellingham have been joined by other Bellingham [...]
Madrona Bay Real Estate Investments of Bellingham submitted a full development package to the city on July 19th for a 136 unit, 408-bed dormitory type apartment building called CityView at the [...]
Ted Carlson, Director of Public Works Department for the city of Bellingham, announced on Tuesday, July 30, that he was resigning his position effective August 15. He will take a position as [...]
Thursday, Brooks Anderson, president of Fairhaven Neighbors, and I met with Mayor Kelli Linville in her office at City Hall. In that meeting, the mayor indicated that the City of [...]
An abridged version of this article appeared in the July 24 issue of the Cascadia Weekly.
The City of Bellingham (COB) has committed to protecting the Great Blue Heron colony at [...]
Monday, July 15, 2019 was the deadline to file pre-hearing briefs outlining the arguments that opposing sides would present to the hearing examiner on the appeal of a Critical Areas Permit to [...]
Are the vitality and character of established residential neighborhoods worth protecting?
First, some background…
The Growth Management Act (GMA)
The Growth Management Act (GMA), which encompasses Chapter 36.70A of the [...]