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Larry Horowitz

Writer • Member since Jan 16, 2008

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Self-Determination or Self-Defeat?

By Larry HorowitzOn Nov 17, 2017

“Is it ignorance or apathy? Hey, I don’t know and I don’t care.” - Jimmy Buffett, in a moment of joyful clarity after a few margaritas. [IMPORTANT UPDATE: [...]

Chuckanut Ridge lawsuit finally ends

By Larry HorowitzOn Mar 08, 2018

Chuckanut Ridge and the Chuckanut Community Forest live on! The Commissioners of the Chuckanut Community Forest Park District were notified yesterday that the Washington Supreme Court denied the petition for [...]

A Heartfelt Thank You to the Community

By Larry HorowitzOn Jan 17, 2018

We did it! The Bellingham Neighborhood Coalition (BNC) exceeded our goal of 300 signatures on the Community ADU Comment Letter. The letter, with 365 signatures, was submitted this afternoon to the Council, [...]

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Recent comments

"John, you and I have tried many times to overcome citizen apathy. I get the sense that unless people can somehow personally profit from living within the region’s carrying [...]

Feb 26, 2018 on
Just What Bellingham Needs - Another Brewery - And Amid Single Family Homes

"Bill, you wrote, “On 9/22/2011, the Bellingham City Council voted to spend $8,230,000 to purchase Chuckanut Ridge/Fairhaven Highlands.  All except $500,000 will come from Greenway levy funds.” Correct me [...]

Feb 24, 2018 on
Just What Bellingham Needs - Another Brewery - And Amid Single Family Homes

"1) Yes, with regard to the “per neighborhood” vs. “citywide” approach, we do disagree.  Time and time again, city officials highlight that it is Bellingham’[...]

Feb 09, 2018 on
On Loss of Trust, Broken Process, and Failed Commitments in Bellingham

"1. Comparing traffic laws to DADUs is like comparing apples and oranges because: (1) traffic laws are designed to address public safety for residents and non-residents alike and require a vantage point [...]

Feb 09, 2018 on
On Loss of Trust, Broken Process, and Failed Commitments in Bellingham

"Ron, thanks for your comment.  For the first time, I feel that someone actually appreciates the point I’ve been trying to make for awhile. The neighborhood associations [...]

Feb 06, 2018 on
On Loss of Trust, Broken Process, and Failed Commitments in Bellingham
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