Waterfront

What you can’t see, won’t kill ya - a lesson in TBL

By Ham HayesOn Feb 22, 2008

TBL, or Triple Bottom Line, is a nifty concept that says we want to be evaluating and measuring projects on the basis not only of economic, but environmental and societal [...]

When Is Less More?

By Tip JohnsonOn Feb 02, 2008

When Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) are prepared, more than one development model might be evaluated. But a no-action alternative is always required as a baseline reference. Conventionally, this is just [...]

Public hearing started well after 9 pm

By John ServaisOn Jul 17, 2007

It is not bad enough that the city council schedules the public hearing on our future Shoreline Master Plan for the middle of July - a plan many years in [...]

Forums and blogging and pits, oh my!

By NWCitizen ManagementOn Jul 12, 2007

The Herald does not even follow its own mandates. On Sunday, the editorial said the candidates “...must address 6 big issues.” Must. Then they sent out their own list of 8 questions [...]

Only a government agency would do this.

By NWCitizen ManagementOn Jul 09, 2007

The Herald ran an ad for the State Department of Ecology informing us of the web site where we could find the Draft Consent Decree for our waterfront cleanup. Well, [...]

Last Chance - Steal this Waterfront!

By Tip JohnsonOn May 10, 2007

In a Bellingham Herald article dated May 4, Interim Mayor Tim Douglas “said it’s too soon to make assumptions about the exact relationship between parks acreage and the intensity of [...]

The Port’s Plan to Poison

By Tip JohnsonOn Apr 26, 2007

Why the Log Pond cap won’t workAn article in a recent Bellingham Business Journal detailed the debate over whether the toxic muck in the Whatcom Waterway ought to be [...]

The So-called News

By Tip JohnsonOn Apr 23, 2007

Independent media? Freedom of the press? Peoples friend, tyrants foe? It was a good idea while it lasted, educating the electorate and forming a mainstay of our democracy. Now, we’[...]

Poisoning the Public - A treacherous legacy

By Tip JohnsonOn Apr 18, 2007

According to the Bellingham Herald, the Washington State Department of Natural Resources has recently approved leaving tons of mercury buried in Bellingham Bay. The documents are not yet readily available [...]

Your Waterfront - Up for grabs

By Tip JohnsonOn Apr 18, 2007

New Whatcom Redevelopment Project - The City and Port of Bellingham will hold public information a meeting. Bellingham Cruise Terminal. 355 Harris Ave., Bellingham. WA Times: 6:00 PM.Also, the Port has [...]

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