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Tim Paxton

Citizen Journalist • Member since Apr 11, 2016

Tim Paxton is a long time resident of Bellingham and a long time trouble maker to government bureaucrats.

Articles by Tim Paxton

Carcinogenic High School Sports Fields

By Tim PaxtonOn Jul 11, 2017

Bellingham School District is making a terrible mistake. Dr. Greg Baker, the current superintendent of the Bellingham School District, is quickly building a new artificial turf sports stadium at Bellingham [...]

Whatcom 3: Evidence? What Evidence?

By Tim PaxtonOn Jul 12, 2017

Editor note: A 3rd pretrial hearing will be held tomorrow, Thursday, July 13, 1:30 pm in the courthouse. We hope to post a report on it before the scheduled beginning of the [...]

Recent comments

"Good explanation of City Hall hard at work with MNAC. I seem to recall that MNAC positions need to be filled so that Conditional Use Permits can provide part of [...]

Apr 02, 2019 on
Restore The Mayor's Neighborhood Advisory Commission (MNAC) To Its Former Role in Planning

"Fukushima radiation has wiped out most of the Pacific Ocean.   Giagantic Factory Trawler over fishing is hauling in the radioactive remaining species.  It already may be too late [...]

Mar 26, 2019 on
Saving The Orca And Salmon - Does Inslee Have The Political Will?

"“A dearth of chinook and chum will starve Orcas and fishermen in 2019, according to forecasts by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife”  Seattle Times article. Would it be productive [...]

Mar 22, 2019 on
Saving The Orca And Salmon - Does Inslee Have The Political Will?

"Nice summary of the Bus Barn on Whatcom Creek/Ditch.  This whole area used to be wetlands before they ditched and rip rapped the Creek back in the 1980’s [...]

Jan 27, 2019 on
Move These Buses, Now

"That artists sketch looks to have typical 20-25 story buildings.  ( I am guessing ALL the condos will be 20-40 stories tall, just like Vancouver.  He is missing about [...]

Jan 22, 2019 on
Of Broken Roads and Re-invented Wheels