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NO on I-1631: Laborers, Businesses, Families, and Voters Rally Against I-1631

In Cherry Point Industrial Area, Common Voices, Information Sources, Local Government, News by commonnw

Locals showed up on short notice to share their opposition to Initiative 1631 in downtown Bellingham at City Hall. The Bellingham City Council announced their plan to vote on supporting I-1631 and asking Bellingham to vote for the first ever “carbon tax,” which will remove $30 billion dollars from private citizens in new taxes and higher prices.

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Citizen Journalism: Port of Bellingham Meeting Report for Oct. 2, 2018

In Common Voices, Economy, Local Government, News by CTNW News

The public meeting was called to order at 3:30 pm and immediately recessed to a closed executive session so board members could discuss a potential litigation pursuant to RCW 42.30.110(1)(i) and labor management bargaining/ contract negotiations. The meeting reconvened at 4:30 pm. Board President Ken Bell, Vice President Bobby Briscoe and Secretary Michael Shepard were all present. No action was …

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Feinstein’s Folly

In Common Voices, Wake Up Whatcom by commonnw

Letters to Common Threads by local citizens can be submitted for review and publication to info@commonthreadsnw.org ‘or’ if you’re at a local public meeting and you would like to share what happened as a Citizen Journalist you can click this link to easily submit a report to us to publish and share:  Dear Common Threads, I recently spoke with *** …