Of Broken Roads and Re-invented Wheels
Re-imagining Bellingham’s Waterfront
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Re-imagining Bellingham’s Waterfront3 comments, most recent 19 hours ago
Approved by the City of Bellingham, a temporary tent encampment called Winter Haven will be operated by non-profit HomesNOW! through early April 2019.15 comments, most recent 4 hours ago
Proof that the COB is in bed with big telecoms. Here is an inappropriate COB Dig Once Policy that creates pathways for corporate welfare/abuse of the community.
Bellingham’s ban on consumer fireworks is simple. Fireworks are illegal. No time outs for holidays. And don’t forget the troops!
Our state treasurer is either extremely ignorant about public banking or openly shilling for corporate banks at the expense of citizens.
Jason Hickel asks “Can we have perpetual growth AND a healthy ecology?”2 comments, most recent 1 week ago
Alex McLean, who has served 6 years on the Greenway Advisory Committee, exposes Mayor Kelli Linville’s disdain for the community elected Greenways program.22 comments, most recent 3 days ago
Is it possible to even know where we are on climate change? Or is it too late already?
The first of a set of articles outlining the process for a working-class family in Bellingham to try and fight our unfair housing values and the taxes linked to them.13 comments, most recent 2 weeks ago
With the growth of commercial facilities, the number of risks and points of conflict for traffic and pedestrians have increase substantially.4 comments, most recent 2 weeks ago
For months, Gene Knutson has seriously considered running for mayor. He has decided against it. The 2019 Bellingham mayor’s election continues to churn.13 comments, most recent 1 month ago
A brief overview of radiofrequency (RF) exposure tests taken in Bellingham at two locations.3 comments, most recent 1 month ago
The brewery management announced at a Sunnyland Neighborhood meeting it will stop the outside music until issues around the noise ordinance are resolved.18 comments, most recent 1 month ago
Calls to 911 are failing to stem the noise emanating from the Twin Sisters Brewery.18 comments, most recent 2 months ago
Meeting details about the existing public fiber-optic network with Eric Johnston and other COB officials for details they’re unnecessarily withholding.8 comments, most recent 2 months ago
Our running several day posting and comments on the election.1 comment, most recent 2 months ago
Justice reform will only come with the election of James Erb. Because Eric Richey has been a leader in the oppressive prosecutors practices for 10 years.6 comments, most recent 2 months ago
Alex Ramel sent an email to his political acquaintances on the racism in Michael Petrish’s campaign in the 40th district. We reprint it with his permission.2 comments, most recent 2 months ago
The city council should re-look its process for choosing replacements for vacant council seats.7 comments, most recent 2 months ago
Brief overview of Atul Deshmane for Public Utility District 1, Commissioner District 2.