Providing high-speed internet access to rural residents of Whatcom County and a project to reduce energy costs at Port facilities were the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on Mar. 5, 2019.
The possibility of terminating an agreement to bring Western Washington University to the waterfront was one of the main points of interest at the Port of Bellingham Commission regular meeting on Feb. 19, 2019
On Wednesday, March 6th, a panel of representatives comprised from local farming interests participated in the Common Threads Forum, Whatcom Agriculture – Is There A Future for Farming in Whatcom County?
The Dept. of Ecology does not plan to change fees, in-stream flow levels or require metering for new well owners in Whatcom County.
Port Commissioners addressed the impacts to Lummi Treaty Rights from historical changes to Bellingham Bay, Drayton Harbor and cleanup of the I&J Waterway Site; these were the main points of interest at the Port’s regular meeting on Feb. 5, 2019.
The saga continues as Whatcom County seeks a conclusion that best supports the rural property owners to have affordable access to water.