By guest writer Shane Roth.
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury (of the Court of Public Opinion),
I support the reconveyance for a variety of reasons. I am mindful of [...]
The City is reviewing the Aquatic Invasive Species Plan for 2013 today. It’s plan fails to emphasize one of the most important and successful means of protecting against aquatic [...]
People can be addicted to anything. There is even a television show about people with strange addictions. Perhaps one day I will turn on the television and see an episode [...]
The recent Growth Management Hearings Board decision was clear about Lake Whatcom. Whatcom County remains noncompliant with the Growth Management Act because it has failed to protect the lake’[...]
After attending yesterday’s Lake Whatcom committee meeting, my concern regarding a bias in the information provided by the City of Bellingham staff has increased. The professional opinion of [...]
Virginia Watson writes this guest article about the conflict between development interests and our laws as it unfolds in her community.
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In order to address the [...]
On Thursday, November 17, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. in the Whatcom County Chambers, the County Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing regarding the County’s proposal to update stormwater regulations [...]
It is now almost perfunctory for candidates for City and County office to list Lake Whatcom among their top priorities. And while the public overwhelmingly supports Lake restoration and protection, [...]
Sue Taylor contributes this perspective. She addresses it to the leadership of the Whatcom chapter of the Washington Conservation Voters (WCV).
This is the first year in over a dozen [...]
Seriously, why is this even an issue? Lake Whatcom is the largest source of potable water in Whatcom County, supplying drinking water to approximately 50% of county residents. Additionally, the Lake [...]