July Whatcom Community Justice Forum
Restricting the use of wakeboard boats on Lake Samish and an ADA Transition Plan were the main points of interest at the Whatcom County Council meeting on June 4, 2019.
Developing an International Business Park at Cherry Point was one of the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on May 21, 2019. The public meeting began at 4:30 pm. Board President Ken Bell, Vice President Bobby Briscoe and Secretary Michael Shepard were all present. Link to May 21, 2019Port of Bellingham meeting agenda Video …
Looks like Seattle City Light has agreed to release more water from its 3 dams on the Skagit River in order to give existing homes with wells built between 2000 and 2013 legal access to their water year round. Of course, there’s always a catch. That would be as a first step for whatever mitigation plan Ecology has in mind.
Gary Hagland, Skagit CAPR
A progress report on the Waterfront Redevelopment Project was one of the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on May 7, 2019.
A heated discussion over a Local Employee Apprenticeship Program was one of the main points of interest at the Whatcom County Council meeting on May 7, 2019.
The public meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm. Council members Barbara Brenner, Rud
Browne, Barry Buchanan, Tyler Byrd, Todd Donovan, Carol Frazey and Satpal Sidhu
were all present.