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Planning

Say Nein to Uber

By Dick ConoboyOn Jan 31, 2016

Last September during focus groups on the Comp Plan update the notion of the use of Uber (among other options) in our transportation plans was brought up by the Planning [...]

Unregulated vacation rentals on Lake Whatcom

By Tani SutleyOn Dec 21, 2015

Tani Sutley guest writes this fourth post on the unregulated vacation rentals on Lake Whatcom. Her previous articles are linked below this article. - - - - On December 8th, [...]

A Learning Moment - Hopefully

By John ServaisOn Sep 13, 2015

I was going to cross the railway bridge over the Padden Creek Lagoon - but paused as I heard the dull, quiet rumble of a train engine from the direction [...]

Chiara D’Angelo comes down from anchor chain

By John ServaisOn May 25, 2015

Young 20 year old Chiara Rose D'Angelo has come down from the anchor chain of the Arctic Challenger, the Shell Oil drilling support barge. Chiara spent three nights hanging from [...]

A Perspective on Port Politics

By John ServaisOn Apr 04, 2015

A bit of perspective on this action by the Port of Bellingham, the entity that has just sold the finest portion of our waterfront for pennies on the dollar to [...]

Port Gives Away Our Bellingham Waterfront

By John ServaisOn Apr 01, 2015

Update - Sat April 4 - the port has removed the video of the meeting and so the link at the end of this article no longer works. The port has [...]

Robyn du Pre` Has Passed On

By John ServaisOn Mar 12, 2015

Robyn du Pre` was the real thing. I remember one of the countless port public meetings on the waterfront where she just plain called bullshit on the port for making [...]

Devil In the Details

By Guest WriterOn Aug 16, 2014

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&[...]

Action Alert for Tonight: Waterfront Wildlife and Habitat Threatened

By Wendy HarrisOn Apr 21, 2014

Previously, I discussed the problem with the habitat assessment needed for the Waterfront District before waterfront development occurs. http://www.nwcitizen.com/entry/action-alert-for-tonight-waterfront-wildlife-and-habitat-not-being-protecte Prior to the enactment of the [...]

Reid Boiler Works Burns Down

By John ServaisOn Feb 09, 2014

Reid Boiler Works, an old industrial building built of huge old growth fir timbers, burned to the ground late Saturday evening. It was a spectacular fire. And very sad as [...]

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