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Articles by Larry Horowitz

Bob Simmons’ article on Chuckanut Ridge

By Larry HorowitzOn Jan 14, 2011

“The woods that broke the bank: development or preservation as park?” is Bob Simmons’ latest article on Chuckanut Ridge published in today’s Crosscut. It’[...]

WAFed’s best option: Accept City’s offer on Chuckanut Ridge

By Larry HorowitzOn Nov 06, 2010

For those who’ve been following the Chuckanut Ridge / Fairhaven Highlands issue with interest, regardless of which side you’re on, I believe all of us are ready [...]

Open letter to Bellingham Planning Director Jeff Thomas re: Fairhaven Highlands application deadline

By Larry HorowitzOn Oct 31, 2010

Update Oct 31: Upon further review of the correspondence between the applicant’s attorney and Interim Planning Director Jeff Thomas, it’s not clear whether there has been any [...]

Politics & Ice Water: Part 1 of ?

By Larry HorowitzOn Aug 21, 2010

Q: How is politics like a pool of ice water? A: When men jump in their balls shrivel up. What is it that causes a candidate to lose courage once [...]

Fairhaven Highlands killed by FDIC?

By Larry HorowitzOn Dec 08, 2009

BREAKING: On Dec 3, the FDIC issued a Supervisory Prompt Corrective Action Directive to Horizon Bank due to the bank’s critically undercapitalized status as of Sep 30. Horizon Bank received [...]

City negligence spawns class-action lawsuit

By Larry HorowitzOn Dec 04, 2009

Dateline: Nov 11, 2011Bellingham, WAA series of recent landslides around the perimeter of Chuckanut Ridge, which caused substantial property damage, several injuries and one death, has prompted a multi-million dollar class-action [...]

Crosscut publishes article on Fairhaven Highlands

By Larry HorowitzOn Oct 26, 2009

Professional journalist and local resident, Bob Simmons, has published an article entitled Horizon Bank and the fate of Fairhaven Highlands on the Seattle-based Crosscut.com website. See Related Link below.

Thoughts on the Fairhaven Highlands Draft EIS

By Larry HorowitzOn Oct 23, 2009

A public hearing on the Fairhaven Highlands Draft EIS was held on Tuesday, October 20 at the County Council Chambers. Approximately 250 to 300 were in attendance.Channel 10 (BTV) broadcast of public hearingThe [...]

Why the Fairhaven Highlands Draft EIS violates SEPA law

By Larry HorowitzOn Oct 18, 2009

No confidence. That’s right. NO CONFIDENCE! I have no confidence in the Fairhaven Highlands EIS… and neither should you.And it’s not for the obvious reasons. Sure, all [...]

Hope for Chuckanut Ridge

By Larry HorowitzOn Oct 01, 2009

If you are interested in saving Chuckanut Ridge, there is some glimmer of hope for preserving this ecologically-rich and environmentally-sensitive property. If you are willing to make a single phone [...]

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